Absa Premiership defending champions Bidvest Wits are determined to turn the corner in their Wednesday league match against Ajax Cape Town at Bidvest Stadium.
Wits are still basking in the glory of lifting the Telkom Knockout trophy following a 1-0 win against Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday evening. Wits coach Gavin Hunt who has now joined Mamelodi Sundowns counterpart Pitso Mosimane in winning every domestic trophy on offer says there’s little to worry about their current league position.
The Students – as Wits are fondly called are currently at the bottom of the log table with two wins from 11 games although just 10 points shy of leaders Baroka FC.
Hunt is confident that the Cup final victory will boost their morale.
“If you win four games in the league you will be top of the log table and that’s how crazy the league is at the moment. We will try to juggle a little bit for Wednesday and see what we’ve got. But I can’t change too much because we don’t have too much. You know, Vincent Pule who scored the goal against Bloemfontein Celtic in the Telkom Knockout final is not really a striker. He’s more of a wide player. We are playing him there because we don’t really have much,” says Hunt.