Chiefs approach Tuks clash fully armoured

Morgan Gould has urged his team-mates not to take Tuks for granted.

Kaizer Chiefs went on an open top bus, parading their trophy after being crowned ABSA Premiership champions for the 2012/13 season. Picture: Lelo Mzaca/EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - Kaizer Chiefs say their biggest challenge is not to be complacent going in to this weekend's MTN8 quarterfinal.

Chiefs will face the University of Pretoria at FNB Stadium on Saturday evening.

The Amakhosi kicked off their league campaign with a 1-0 win against Mpumalanga Black Aces last week Friday.

Defender Morgan Gould says they need to guard against being complacent.

"We don't want to be caught to be complacent and forgetting what we need to do.

"It's actually difficult for us not to be complacent because we have done so well."

The Chiefs defender says coach Stuart Baxter has warned the players ahead of the clash with Tuks.

"I think the coach stresses the point that the moment you become complacent, that's when you lose whatever you have and whatever you have done."

Kaizer Chiefs are yet to register a win against the Pretoria side, with AmaTuks winning one of their league encounters last season, while the second ended in a draw.

Chiefs will also be hoping to avoid another early exit, after they were thumped 4-1 by Mamelodi Sundowns, another Pretoria team, last season.