Cosmos have already been relegated and Sunday’s last clash of the season at Hammarsdale will be just a formality then.
However, Thanda need the full three points if they want to be sure of avoiding to play in the play-offs as Black Leopards are two points behind them and should Thanda draw and Lidoda Duvha win, it will go down to goal difference.
Djiehoua, who played a crucial role in steering Thanda towards relegation survival with a hat-trick over Wits University during midweek, is currently on nine goals.
If he manages the five goals, he will rise to 14 goals, which is the mark of current leading goal-scorer James Chamanga, who is now playing in China.
“The hat-trick I grabbed in the Wits game has motivated me to keep working hard. I have read that Jomo will use players that are not regulars and that gives me a good chance of increasing my tally. It would be nice to get 14 goals considering I didn’t have a good season at the start,” said Djiehoua.
The bulky Ivorian added that the spirit was high in the camp following the midweek win and Gordon Igesund’s motivation.
“Things are looking good now and the atmosphere has never been better. I think we will be better next season if we keep the momentum,” said the former Kaizer Chiefs man.