FC Platinum assistant coach Lizwe Sweswe believes his side will turn things around and get the better of Chicken Inn when the two sides meet at Maglas Stadium in a Castle Lager premiership encounter this afternoon.
The match was originally scheduled for will be played at White City Stadium instead of Luveve Stadium
Sweswe will be in charge of the side this afternoon as head coach Norman Mapeza is away in Turkey where he is taking part in a commemoration match for his former side Galatasaray.
The former Tsholotsho coach believes his side can turn up the power on the Gamecocks who are coming from a 1 – 0 win over Yadah.
“It’s going to be a tough match playing Chicken Inn because they are now a seasoned and being former champions means that they have a pedigree. However, we are ready for them and we are confident of getting a result,” said Sweswe.
FC Platinum come into the match at the back of a nil all draw against How Mine.