Hunt: We can do the business

Bidvest Wits will take on Amazulu in the Nedbank Cup in Durban this afternoon.

FILE: The students take on Amazulu today at 3pm in the last 16 of the competition and having ruled his side out of the title race, Hunt is looking to win the title. Picture: Facebook.com

JOHANNESBURG - Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt has admitted that the Nedbank Cup is his team's only realistic title chance for this season.

The students take on Amazulu today at 3pm in the last 16 of the competition and having ruled his side out of the title race, Hunt is looking to win the title.

But he has also urged caution as his side takes on the in-form KwaZulu-Natal outfit.

"We will be away and they are on fire which is also good. We beat them two weeks ago in the league so I don't know what's going to happen now. We will see. However, I know we can do the business but it's not going to be easy."

Hunt also admits that he is looking for a repeat final appearance, having made it to the final with former club SuperSport United.

"Last year, we played against Kaizer Chiefs in Durban. We didn't stand any chance against Kaizer Chiefs in Durban so it was a bit unfortunate."

In another game, Platinum Stars will take on Maritzburg United at Moruleng Stadium.