Cape Town - Bongani Ntuli believes AmaZulu will get their survival push back on track when
they take on Polokwane City in the Premiership.
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Usuthu are rooted to the bottom of the table, but a run of
three straight wins - before their loss to Kaizer Chiefs last week - revived
the club's hopes of survival.
If other results go their way, a win over Polokwane City
will lift AmaZulu off the bottom of the Premiership table for the first time in
"What I wish most is to get maximum points and I hope I
will contribute as an individual and score a goal as a striker," he told
"I want to help the club and I want to continue where I
"This club deserves to stay in the top division and it
will mean a lot to the team and the people from KZN if the team can stay in the
It will not be an easy task, however, as Polokwane are
pushing for a place in the top eight and qualification to the lucrative cup
competition at the start of next season.
Ntuli will be available for the fixture after serving his
ban for a clumsy red card he received against Chippa United.