AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson wary of Baroka threat

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Cavin Johnson
Cavin Johnson
AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson is aware of the danger of Baroka FC as both clubs prepare to clash on Sunday afternoon at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium.
Usuthu have travelled to Limpopo in good spirits after beating SuperSport United on Wednesday night but Johnson understands that it won't be an easy visit as they have been struggling with consistency this season.
 
"We are travelling to a very tough province. After the victory against SuperSport United I said God I hope my players will now understand the word consistency," Johnson said. 
 
Baroka are playing for their lives as they are still in danger of relegation. Johnson says they are in a similar situation, and for them to be safe they have to win all their remaining matches.
 
"We know them, they are very good but unfortunately not getting positive results in the league, they are fighting for their lives like us. We're in a similar situation to them, it will be a tough match. I can say it will be like a final," he explained. 
 
"We've done our homework, we can only hope that whatever we do works out. They have a good midfield like SuperSport and if we can outsmart them like we did against United, we can get a result."
 
A win for AmaZulu would guarantee their safety in the Absa Premiership while Baroka have to get maximum points to avoid any danger of automatic relegation.