Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune has boldly claimed that Mamelodi Sundowns' Loftus Versfeld Stadium is a happy hunting ground for Amakhosi.
Chiefs are set to do battle against the reigning DStv Premiership champions in Pretoria on Sunday and the playing of mind games has already begun between the two teams ahead of the highly-anticipated clash.
Amakhosi skipper Khune added his voice to the mix ahead of the match with a not-so-subtle reference to his side's recent form against Masandawa, which has seen Chiefs walk away unbeaten in each of their last four away trips in the league.
"Loftus is our happy hunting ground," Khune told Kaizer Chiefs' website. "We play well there, we play a good brand of football and we get positive results too.
"It won’t be any different this coming weekend. It will be a great match between the two sides. We know what happens when we meet – it’s two bulls and as always, we want to come out victorious.
"The coach has a plan, as players we just have to go out there and execute it and get a positive result out of the game."
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