Tinkler, however, says what happens in the match will remain in the match and he will still be friends with his former employers.
“There are no sentiments, not if you are professional sportsman you move on. It is about SuperSport United and us achieving things and winning things. So, yeah, we are going in with the mentality that we want to win,” said Tinkler earlier this week.
“Then afterwards we celebrate with humanity and humbleness and still be friends that is part of being a sportsman. It is about winning on the field, outside the field we still remain friends.”
The match is set to start at 7pm.