TOWNSHIP Rollers coach Madinda Ndlovu takes a confident Botswana outfit into Saturday’s African Champions League tie against Kaizer Chiefs hoping home advantage and confidence in his squad will prove the difference and lead to an unexpected upset.
“We only have to win 1-0 to go through,” he said ahead of the first round, second leg clash at the National Stadium in Gaborone.
Chiefs have a slender 2-1 lead from the first encounter at Soccer City earlier this month but Rollers have a potentially vital away goal which should aggregate the scoreline and end in a tie. “We have got home advantage and the fact that we finished the game very strongly has given us confidence.
“The support we earned from our Botswana fans with the display we gave in Johannesburg will also play a major role,” he said.
“We have to take up from where we left off leg.”