The Bolanders head to Limpopo to face Black Leopards, looking for a vital win after coming back from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Baroka FC on Wednesday.
Striker Mame Niang says: “If you are calm, you think better. When you’re nervous, you make things difficult for yourself.
“But it’s a learning process for most of these boys.
“We are looking forward to Saturday and hopefully we can get a positive result.”
Meanwhile, coach Sammy Troughton says his side were not at their best.
He tells reporters: “We weren’t good enough – we gave the ball away too cheaply, and the game itself was very scrappy.
“It was a difficult one. We have to have more quality than that. I expected more, but we came back twice, and we’ll take a point.
“But we need to have a look ahead of the weekend’s next game.”