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Chiefs defender vows that Cape Town City will be beaten

2019-03-27 10:08
Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs defender Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya is convinced his side will be too good for Cape Town City in Sunday's Nedbank Cup quarter-final at the Mbombela Stadium.

Chiefs were beaten in the Premiership by the Citizens earlier this season though it did appear that the Glamour Boys were let down by poor finishing in that contest.

Nonetheless, coach Ernst Middendorp's men have a chance to rectify matters as they take on City in what could be the last chance of silverware for the Soweto giants.

Amakhosi are virtually out of the title race in 2018/19 and only realistically have the Nedbank Cup to play for in the current campaign.

Chiefs have endured a three-year trophy drought and the club are no doubt hungry to add some silverware to the trophy cabinet.

Speaking to his team's official website, Ntiya-Ntiya said: "It's a crucial game. We want to progress to the next stage.

"We are the better side now. We totally dominated them in our last match, despite losing 1-0.

"That's not going to happen again. We just have to play our normal game and take our chances."

Sunday's action is set to get underway from 15:00 in Nelspruit.

 

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