Cavin aware of Highlands 'G spot'


AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson has prepared well to deal with a very dangerous Highlands Park team away from home tonight.

Usuthu travel to Makholong Stadium to face the Lions of the North, who are hungry for three points and very deadly whenever they are playing at home.

Speaking after their 0-0 draw against Orlando Pirates last week, the Usuthu coach understands it won't be an easy away trip as they also aim for their first victory of the season.

"A big battle again, we are going to Tembisa. You know how Highlands Park are at home, they are the biggest team there. We are probably going to go there and have the same fight we had against Orlando Pirates," he said.

"They have some quality players in [Tendai] Ndoro, [Peter] Shalulile, [Limbikani] Mzava, [Bevan] Fransman and yes [Rodney] Ramagalela, 'Rama G' the 'G spot', we have to be aware of those, do our homework and see if we can come out with something."

The coach knows how much a win can do for Usuthu supporters, some of whom have been calling for his head after unconvincing results.

"The most important thing for AmaZulu is to keep consistency on Tuesday night. I know deep down in my heart that it will make the supporters happy if we come back with a win away."