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THERE will be no mercy for Kaizer Chiefs, warns Lamontville Golden Arrows' attacker Richard "Kimberley Express" Henyekane.
His warning came yesterday as Abafana Bes'thende were preparing themselves for Chiefs' visit at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban tonight.
This Absa Premiership kicks off at 7.30pm.
Both teams are yet to register victories this year and Henyekane warned Chiefs that they were in for a torrid time.
"We are all disappointed with our recent results because we dominated the matches only to be let down by poor finishing," said Henyekane, who is a culprit in this regard.
"But we hope our luck will change for the better, starting with Chiefs. We can't continue donating points like this," Henyekane said.
The striker said they were aware of their 16th position on the log and the danger of failing to defend their MTN 8 title: "This game is make or break for both teams, more so for us. We have to win our remaining matches to stand a chance of ending the season in the top eight."
Chiefs, whose draw against Cosmos on Saturday ruled them out of the running for the title, will want to win the match to end in a respectable position. The likes of Siphiwe Tshabalala and Nkosinathi Nhleko will lead Amakhosi's assault and this could be a tough night for both sets of defenders.