Chippa United head coach Lehlohonolo Seema says his side knows a wounded Kaizer Chiefs will be dangerous when they visit for tonight's DStv Premiership clash.
Amakhosi, who are still reeling from an embarrassing 3-0 defeat to Mamelodi Sundowns, will be expecting nothing but a win when they visit the Chilli Boys at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (19h30).
"Ya you know playing Chiefs they won't want to go two games without a win," Seema tells KickOff.com.
"It's one of the big teams in the league and of course we know what to expect. Chiefs when they play away and home is the same thing, the only difference now is that there won't be supporters.
"But definitely we are expecting a team that will play for a win so that they can open their account also in the premier league and put something on the board.
"Other than that they are not impressing anyone, they are not doing anything, the coach is new and everyone who is given a chance is trying his best. They came across a Sundowns team that is champions and it was always going to be a difficult game between them.
"And with us, we are not comparing ourselves with Sundowns, we are not comparing ourselves with Kaizer Chiefs. We are going to give them the respect they deserve as a team.
"But we are going to impose ourselves also and our style of play, especially playing at home. We know that this is the game that is going to be difficult for us."
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Seema says a draw tonight would not be a bad result for his side, which drew 1-1 at Cape Town City in their first league match.
"As long as we don't lose games, if we can't lose games then we must get a draw. We are fine then, we are still building," he says.
"As long as you have fewer losses come the end of the season, then you will be able to survive. Remember, we said we just don't want to see ourselves fighting relegation come the end of the season."
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