Dikwena have enjoyed some positive results ahead of this match, beating Kaizer Chiefs and University Of Pretoria, before playing to a 1-1 draw with Bidvest Wits on Wednesday evening.
“For us, it’s consistency and concentration within periods of the game. The main goal is to try and get this team to be consistent and to be hungrier to win games, hungry to build a philosophy. That’s all we all want, that we build a philosophy for the future. We have some very good future players coming. When I look at the way we are building now, there are some players who will be able to carry that philosophy to the next level. Maybe next season we will be a better team, a more composed team,” said Johnson.
In City, they face a side that is full of confidence having got back to winning ways after beating Maritzburg United 3-1 this week.