Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says that he is waiting with bated breath to see if the referees will make mistakes when Kaizer Chiefs take on Orlando Pirates.
Chiefs face The Buccaneers in the Telkom Knockout quarterfinals in Durban on Saturday.
Mosimane was at it again on Sunday when he said another poor performance by the match officials benefited Amakhosi as they beat The Brazilians 2-0, with Mosimane claiming the first goal was offside.
'Jingles' has revealed that he will be watching the Soweto Derby at Moses Mabhida Stadium with keen interest in the match officials.
"This must stop. Where are we going? We have to look at them again next weekend," Mosimane said.
"I want to see if the referees will make mistakes against Pirates. Let's see. Something has to give in now. I don't know if Pirates supporters will allow it.
"Something has to give in. You can't win every game by referees' mistakes. It must stop. It's enough. We have seen it before but now it's a series. It's a series."