Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt is determined to turn his team's home form around when they host Tshakhuma Tsha Madzhivhandila at FNB Stadium on Tuesday.
Amakhosi are yet to win a league game at home this season, having drawn three and lost two so far, and Hunt admits it's been a real pain for his charges.
"Our home record has been a disaster this season, so we are back at FNB on Tuesday, and hopefully we can try to turn it around," Hunt said, according to Sowetan.
"It will take a big effort [to turn it around]. We will only get back tomorrow [yesterday], so we only have Monday, and there is no training, and then we play on Tuesday. Then we come back here on Saturday [to face Stellenbosch], it is crazy.
"The [CAF] calendar for us is [difficult]. People say this is the first time the club qualified [for the Champions League group stages], but it takes a lot out of you with the squad we have."
He added: "As I said, we are playing every three days. We are playing on Tuesday again, so it is crazy for us. We will try to get over this, try to recuperate, see what we got and try to go again.
"It is difficult. Once we got the two goals, we had to dig in. It was one of those performances. It wasn't pretty to watch, but if you look at the league table, we were at the bottom, so where we are, we have to keep going."
The DStv Premiership clash with TTM gets underway at 17:00 on Tuesday.
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