Eastern Province Elephants Assistant Coach Zane Bosch has described their date against Kenya Simbas scheduled for RFUEA Grounds as ‘a very important match for his side’.
Bosch says the match is important as it will help the side build up ahead of their semifinal fixture next Friday.
“It is a very important match for us as we are playing in the semifinal next Friday, so we are using this match as a preparation towards that fixture.” he told KRU Media.
Elephants have only lost twice in this campaign and are assured of a place in the semis. Their performance sees them at second place with 31 points, 13 points behind the log leaders. A win this weekend will be a crucial ahead of their fixture on Friday.
According to the tactician, they aim to give to the best of their capability which will enable them to build a good platform in the next week.
“The aim is to come and do as best as we can and build a good platform going forward.”
The South African side arrived in the country on Thursday for a highly-anticipated final Currie Cup match and the second to be hosted in Kenya.