“We do not have a very strong side because nine of the players traveled with Bafana Bafana for the friendly match against Paraguay.
“We are not bringing our strongest side here,” he confirmed to KickOffNigeria.com.
He added that his team did not come to do Nigeria or Ghana any favours but to play a good match.
There had been insinuations in some quarters that the Ghanaian Football Federation was interested in monitoring the match to avoid a sell out while there had been counter claims that the Ghanaian FA has also charged the South Africans to stop the Nigeria team.
However, Letsoaka debunked both claims saying his side will play tomorrow not having Nigeria of Ghana in mind.
He, however, promised the Nigerians a good match saying they will give the game their best shot.
“We came here to play Nigeria and we will give it our best shot. We know we have nothing to lose and Nigeria stand to gain everything by winning this game, but we are going to give it our best shot. We respect the Nigerian team and I think they also respect us because in the game of football there are no minnows anymore. We will give the Nigerians a good game,” Letsoaka summed up.