CAPE TOWN – Kermit Erasmus has scored three goals in his last four Premier League games and helped Cape Town City win two of them - against defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns and former leaders Wits.
But the compact striker should have had a couple more in the goalless home draw with Polokwane City a fortnight ago.
Now the South African international gets a chance to redeem himself on Sunday when City travel to Nelspruit to take on Kaizer Chiefs in a Nedbank Cup quarter-final.
Chiefs will bank on a big crowd as they attempt to lift the trophy they last won in 2013.
Amakhosi had the better of the Citizens in their league encounter two months ago but still ended up 1-0 losers, after a goalkeeping blunder from Virgil Vries.