The two sides will lock horns in the season’s first domestic cup final at Orlando Stadium on Saturday evening (Kick-off at 18:00).
Mosimane, however, adds that he is leaning more towards Kaitano Tembo and his men to lift the trophy, citing a tough draw for his neighbours.
The coach also feels that winning the cup will buy Tembo more time in his job as local coaches aren’t as safe as their counterparts from outside the country if they don’t win anything.
Amakhosi currently top the league charts with 19 points from eight outings while the Brazilians are third behind Bidvest Wits with 14 points and two games in hand.
Mosimane adds that Chiefs cannot go lower than their 9th place finish last season.
— SuperSport United FC (@SuperSportFC) October 3, 2019
– Report by Lethabo Kganyago