Bobsteak wary of Derby distraction


Amakhosi entertain high-flying Dikwena in the Premiership on Saturday, three days before they try overturn a 1-0 deficit in the second leg of their MTN8 semi-final against Bucs at Orlando Stadium.

"We are looking forward to welcoming Platinum Stars at FNB Stadium," Motaung said.

"They gave us problems last season, beating us away and taking a point in the return fixture. All that belongs in the past and we will be looking to collect maximum points."

Motaung, the son of club owner Kaizer, added: "We do not want to get ahead of ourselves.

"The league game against Stars is the most important game for us before we can start thinking about the MTN8 semi-final fixture next week.

"We continue to take it one game at a time," concluded 'Bobsteak'.

Chiefs, who pipped Stars to League honours by a point last season, drew 0-0 with Bloemfontein Celtic on Tuesday.

The Glamour Boys are seventh on the table with eight points from five games - two points adrift of leaders SuperSport United and one behind their upcoming opponents, who edged University of Pretoria 1-0 yesterday.