Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs striker Bernard Parker is confident his side will be able to get a
positive result against Township Rollers in Botswana on Saturday, February 11.
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Stuart Baxter's men eked out a 2-1 victory at home to
Rollers in the first leg, and they are determined to finish the job when they
visit Botswana's National Stadium.
“We believe that as a team we can get a positive result,”
Parker told the club's official website.
“At the last game, when they settled their initial
nervousness, they thought they could win it. It gave them confidence.
“However, we are an experienced team and we definitely want
to advance to the next round.
“We learnt a lot from last year's Champions League journey. We
will be ready come Saturday.”
Having played at the aforementioned ground several years
ago, Parker has some idea of what to expect this weekend.
He added: “It's a small stadium, but the people love their
soccer in Botswana. That's why I expect a full house.”
Kick-off is at 15:00.