Absa Premiership

Isaacs: Chiefs are vulnerable

2015-03-03 07:50
Erwin Isaacs (Supplied)

Cape Town - Ajax Cape Town attacker Erwin Isaacs has called on the Urban Warriors to take advantage of Kaizer Chiefs' dip in form when they face the Amakhosi on Wednesday night.

Read: Chiefs face Moroccan giants

The Soweto giants drew 0-0 against Bloemfontein Celtic and lost 2-0 to Supersport United in their last two league games, but have since rebounded with a 4-0 win against Edu Sport in the Nedbank Cup and a 1-0 victory over Township Rollers in the CAF Champions League.

However, despite the victories, Isaacs still thinks the time is ripe for the Ajax to turn over the league leaders.

"We must just go there and play our own football. We can't concentrate on them. We just have to go there and get goals like Supersport did,” Isaacs said.

“I watched that game so I know how we need to play.

"We can't just focus on them. When we win the ball we have to counter attack because we know where the space is.

"It's not going to be easy because we're playing away from home but it's going to be a more enjoyable match for us than for them because they are under a lot of pressure. They are not doing well right now so we have to nail them."

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