Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt is concerned by his team lack of killer instinct when they play at home in Milpark and believes it has been their downfall this season.
Wits played to an exciting 2-2 draw against Highlands Park on Wednesday at Bidvest Stadium and missed out on an opportunity to climb to 4th position on the Absa Premiership.
Out of the 34 points, the ‘Students’ have collected this season, 20 were from away matches while only 14 were collected at home.
“Yah that’s where the problem is for us at home isn’t it? If our home record was half decent, we would be top of the League but is isn’t so it’s a disappointment for us, “said Hunt.
“No, you don’t give up, there is a long way to go, we still got to play. There is lot of games and we have only played 18 games so it’s a long way to go, we still have 12 games to go.
“We need to put a run together of 2 or 3 games something we have not done, “emphasised Hunt.
Wits next match against Chippa United in the Nedbank Cup last 16 encounter on Monday 24 February at the Bidvest Stadium, kickoff at 19:00.
By Ofhani Munyai