Cape Town - Baroka captain Letladi Madubanya says Bakgaga will be looking for an upset when they host Kaizer Chiefs in a Absa Premiership match set for Wednesday evening.
Madubanya stated that his side is still high on confidence after clinching their first victory of the new campaign against Cape Town City last week Wednesday.
The Bakgaga skipper is adamant the home ground advantage will work wonders for them while they are also well rested compared to Amakhosi, who played in the MTN8 over the weekend.
Chiefs on Saturday registered a 3-0 win over Free State Stars in the MTN8 quarterfinals and also lost Joseph Molangoane to a long-term injury after suffering a horrific injury.
"We will be playing at home and we are looking at getting the three points and nothing else," Madubanya told Vodacom Soccer.
"We are ready and looking forward to the match to continue where we left-off against City. The mood in camp is healthy and relaxed. We could not be better."
Kick-off is at 19:30.