Tebza talks maximums and minimums


Both sides seek top-eight finishes this season, with Chippa currently holding the final berth for an MTN8 ticket with 23 points from 17 games - two points more than Arrows.

The Chilli Boys have made a decent start to 2018, beating struggling AmaZulu 2-0 before being held to a 1-1 draw by misfiring champions Bidvest Wits.

Arrows, meanwhile, snapped a 12-game winless run in all competitions with a 1-0 victory over SuperSport United last time out.

Moloi expects a test against Abafana Bes'thende in Port Elizabeth.

"They are a dangerous side and we know that they will come to Nelson Mandela Bay wanting to cause an upset. It is a very difficult game but we are playing at home and losing is not an option," Moloi told his club's website.

"We are going all out for maximum points and if that is not possible we go for minimum. Losing at home is not in our vocabulary."

'Tebza' added: "We do not have to look at where they are on the league log table. This does not reflect their true potential. We must focus on the game and prepare properly.

"The two games against Golden Arrows and Maritzburg United [on January 26] are the two of the most difficult games for us this season and they will give us an idea where we will be at the end of the season."