Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter refused to acknowledge the club has one hand on the
Premiership trophy, insisting they are taking it one game at a time.
'hungry' for title
According to Baxter, there are no easy games in South
Africa's top flight, especially at this stage of the season because every team
has something to play for whether it is the title, survival or a place in the
"The last games of the season bring different
challenges," Baxter, whose side face University of Pretoria on Tuesday,
told the club's official website.
"Every team is fighting for something at this stage of
"Tuks are a challenge, because they are looking to get
into the Top 8.
"We just have to relax and continue to take each game
at a time. There are no easy games.
"Three points are our focus. This team has what it
takes to win the title. Working hard is the order of the day to win
Baxter will be without Morgan Gould, who is injured for the
rest of the season and Itumeleng Khune, who is suspended, but otherwise has a
full squad to choose from for this week's clash against AmaTuks.
"Morgan Gould is our real worry because he's out for
the rest of the season. Everybody else is available. We will be looking for
freshness in the team to not lose momentum," the coach added.
"Every player must show wanting to be part of the team.
"Itumeleng Khune is suspended. However, Brilliant
Khuzwayo and Reyaad Pieterse have been doing well as replacements. It's a call
I will make together with the goalkeeping department."