Durban - AmaZulu team manager Japhet Zwane is confident that Usuthu can get a positive result against Polokwane City.
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According to AmaZulu’s website, Zwane reveals that the team has been working hard behind the scenes to get their season back on track after losing three and drawing two of their opening five games.
AmaZulu remain rooted to the bottom of the table with just two points from their opening five PSL games.
“The players and the technical team have been hard at work this past week and this week we’ll start focusing more on the upcoming game against Polokwane City,” Zwane said.
“We played a friendly game against Lamontville Golden Arrows over the weekend and the boys played well.
“It’s going to be another tough challenge away from home but we need to go for the win because we need the points."
Usuthu will be chasing their first win of the season against Polokwane City, who will have new coach Kosta Papic in charge for this fixture.
Polokwane City won their opening PSL fixture against AmaTuks but have failed to register a point in their next four matches and find themselves second last on the league table.
The bottom of the log encounter is set to kick-off at 18:00 on Saturday, September 13.