Chippa United are confident of registering their first win in the Absa Premiership when they take on Golden Arrows in Durban on Saturday.

United’s first two games of the season against Stellenbosch FC and Mamelodi Sundowns, both at home, were draws.

Coach Clinton Larsen, was in charge of Golden Arrows for three seasons before joining the Port Elizabeth-based side in January.

Larsen says three points in Durban will give them a solid start for the season.

“For us it’s all about consistent, trying to remain unbeaten, and I think three points in Durban will give us a solid start to the season getting give out of nine points, and to allow us the small objectives we set ourselves. In terms of the five game groupings and get minimum of seven points, getting three points will put us on course to achieve that,” adds Larsen.