Tsutsulupa sees no advantage
Lefa Tsutsulupa of Moroka Swallows during training
The venue for the final was announced by the Premier Soccer League on Monday, with the Dube Birds being drawn as the home side for the encounter.
Despite being hosts, Zeca Marques’ side will only have the choice of strip, changing room and training times.
“There is no advantage whatsoever,” Tsutsulupa said.
“I believe SuperSport deserve to be in the final because of the way they played their matches. They have been a solid team all these years.
“For us, we just need to go there and bring our A game and plan properly and play our best.”
Swallows narrowly beat Mamelodi Sundowns in a 6-5 aggregate to reach the final, and with the appeal of R8m prize money up for grabs, Tsutsulupa and company will be going all out.
“As a club, we take each game as it comes,” he said.
“We plan properly, we do our homework and the fact that we have a two-week break gives us that time to fine tune everything that we need to get right.
“Our defensive organisation has not been up to scratch. We have conceded goal and allowed teams to create chances against us so we need to be tight at the back.”