Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki says there are positives to take from their previous two games that can help them overcome Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 semi-finals.
Chiefs and Sundowns played to a 1-1 draw in the first leg at the FNB Stadium with Edson Castillo and a late Khuliso Mudau header entertaining supporters at the Calabash.
And ahead of their clash at Lucas Moripe Stadium, with a place in the final on the line – Ntseki is confident they can look beyond their two indifferent first-half displays in their two last encounters this season.
“I think when you look at the last two matches we played there was a turnaround tactical approach, I think with that confidence, we building going into Sundowns, when you talk of Sundowns, they have their own style of play, players, coach,” Ntseki said.
“In terms of the approach… we’re working on something that can work for Kaizer Chiefs – what will work for Chiefs, is looking back at how we played in the last two matches, the chances created, the ball possession and the confidence we’re building.
“That will be our approach going into Sundowns, we’re fully aware that they’re a quality side, and as much as we’re also a quality side, it will be a highly tactical game to play but looking forward, we have hope and belief this is the time for us to do it.”
Sundowns host Chiefs in Atteridgeville at 15h00.