Amazulu FC will get back to Dstv Premiership action, as they visit Orlando Pirates at Orlando Pirates today (17:00).
Usuthu striker Lehlohonolo Majoro is aware of the significance of a victory against his former team, as they look to finish in the best possible position.
“As a player you know that you are as good as your last game. So with the players that we have in the squad, no one is guaranteed a position.
“So whenever you are given an opportunity you have to always do better for the team. I believe like we are on the verge of making our own history as AmaZulu players, by reaching the highest number of points in the league,” he said.
“So we’d really love to extend and finish in a comfortable position.”
AmaZulu have been on a 16-day break from competitive football, since their loss against Baroka at King Zwelithini Stadium on May 11 and Majoro believes they are ready for Pirates.
“The preparations have been going ok, all we have to do is to pick ourselves up after a loss against Baroka and get back to winning ways.
“It will help us to get three points because these are the people that we are fighting more or less the same race with. So a win will be more like a six-pointer for us,” added Majoro.
By Wonga Sirayi
FARPost’s KZN Reporter