Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs defender Morgan Gould believes Township Rollers' away goal makes the
second leg of their CAF Champions League preliminary round tie more
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Amakhosi hold the advantage after a 2-1 win in the first leg
in Johannesburg, but the conceded goal makes their position more tenuous.
The away goals rule used in the competition effectively
means that if Kaizer Chiefs lose the game 1-0 they will be knocked out of the
tournament, despite a 2-2 aggregate score.
If Chiefs can get an early goal in Botswana it will make
their lives significantly easier.
However, Gould admits Rollers will be no pushovers and says
their style of play matches Kaizer Chiefs.
"To be honest with you, Township Rollers is a very good
team," he said.
"They play the same type of football that we play and
the goal away will probably help them, but if we get a goal there and we score
two or three then it is done for us.
"But it will definitely be a good game.
"They are playing at home, but I think we will go to
the next round.
"It's gonna be a very interesting challenge for us and
we are very much up for it."