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Kaizer Chiefs coach Muhsin Ertugral seems to be living in dreamland as he insists that his hot and cold Amakhosi are still in the hunt for the Absa Premiership title.
Ertugral, whose future with Amakhosi for next season is hanging in the balance, said they were out to win against Free State Stars to intensify their challenge for the title.
Chiefs, who were booted out of the Nedbank Cup by First Division side University of Pretoria two weeks ago, welcome Ea Lla Koto at Olympia Park tomorrow at 3pm.
"The most important thing now is the match against Free State Stars not Muhsin [Ertugral]," he told the club's website yesterday.
"I still believe we have a great chance to challenge for league honours this season. It is normal that teams' confidence goes down following a defeat but the boys have picked up and they are ready to fight come Saturday afternoon."
Stars coach Steve Komphela could not be reached for comment, but their chief striker Sthembiso Ngcobo said they were out for revenge.
"We all know that Chiefs knocked us out of Ke Yona at the same venue, we need a win to enhance our chances of finishing the season well inside the top eight bracket," he said.
"It will be a tough one, especially after they were defeated by Tukkies [University of Pretoria] in their last game.
"For us the worst result would be a draw."
Chiefs, lying third on 33 points from 24 games, will be without Siphiwe Tshabalala (suspended) and Jose Torrealba (injured).
Stars, who are 10th on 33 points from 24 games, beat Amakhosi 2-0 in the first round of the league.