AmaZulu FC midfielder Ben Motshwari shared his feelings before the match against former boss Orlando Pirates.
Usuthu and the Buccaneers will clash on Tuesday 24 October in the DStv Premiership at Moses Mabhida Stadium at 7pm 30h.
Both teams competed in the Carling Knockout Cup last weekend. AmaZulu eliminated Kaizer Chiefs while Sea Robbers beat Cape Town Spurs.
Motshwari played the full first 90 minutes against the Urban Warriors and will look to haunt his former side on Tuesday.
He emphasized that knowing the Pirates’ strengths and weaknesses does not give him an advantage because they adapt their playing style every game.
“It will not be easy because tactics change and football changes every day,” Motshwari told the media on Tuesday.
“I think tomorrow they will bring something new even if they play the same way. But here and there they make certain changes in every match.
“But most of the time the focus should be on us, not them. For us, we have to focus on our game.”
Motshwari admitted Pirates would be a tough task considering their confidence after winning the MTN8 trophy.
‘THEY ARE HAVING A GOOD RUN’
“Obviously it’s gonna be a difficult one because they are having a good run and recently they just won the trophy,” he said.
“The focus is more on us we believe in ourselves. We believe that we can try and match them tomorrow night especially coming from the win.
“That’s a boost for us in terms of confidence. It’s gonna be a trick one but we know how they play. They play quick and love to ratate the ball quickly, creating spaces behind our defenders.
“It’s something that we have to try and manage.”