Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs defender Tsepo Masilela insists he and his teammates are undeterred by
the enormity of the task that lies ahead in the CAF Champions League.
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Amakhosi slumped to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Moroccan
outfit Raja Casablanca in the first-leg tie in Durban, leaving them facing an
uphill battle in the return leg.
They will square up to Raja at Stade Mohammed V this weekend
as they look to overturn the deficit and secure their passage to the next round
of the top-tier African showpiece.
"It's a big game for us. We have our backs against the
wall, but we are not feeling discouraged," Masilela told goal.com.
"We believe we can make it as a team irrespective of
the odds stacked against us.
"We have the experienced players, the players that have
played in top international tournaments and their experience is what's going to
help us immensely in Morocco."
Chiefs defeated Township Rollers 3-1 on aggregate in the
previous round of qualifiers and if they manage to overturn the deficit on
Sunday they can look forward to taking part in the second final qualifying