Warriors winger Khama Billiat says they need to score early goals to avoid playing under pressure.
The Kaizer Chiefs star rescued the nation in the World Cup qualifiers against Somalia when they came from behind to clinch a win.
Warriors are in Group H of the Afcon 2021 qualifiers with Botswana, Zambia and Algeria.
“Firstly I want to thank God for the call up and to represent the country, I appreciate it.
“It’s a difficult game especially playing at home, you know what happened last time we played.
“We had to go all the way and push extra hard to get a result we don’t want it that way,” he said.
Billiat said they want to play tomorrow’s game without pressure.
“We want to do it a best as we can, comfortably but it’s going to require a lot of hard work and make sure we score goals so that we can play with less pressure.
“It’s important that we get all the points so that we won’t play catch up.
“It’s important to win the first two games, though it’s equally important to win all but if we can win the first two, we stand a chance,” he said.
Billiat reckons that they will play the two games with pride.
“It’s scary because now you are coming to represent the nation, we play differently and your pride is going to bring the best of yourself, even much better.
“And I believe it can always be great playing for your nation, being home and like I always say the language play a big role.
“We believe we can always do our best when we playing for the nation,” he said.