The match at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium is scheduled for a 7-30pm kick off.
While a goal-shy United (13th position) are looking to get back to winning ways, Polokwane (12th on the table)have been in solid form with three draws and a win in their last four outings.
Ndlovu says the Team of Choice contingent have been looking up for the challenge, based on training over the past couple of weeks during the international break.
“The mood is good, everyone is working hard to try and turn the tables. Preparation has gone well and the coach has been motivating us, especially when it comes to scoring,” said the exciting young midfield talent.
“Defending wise, we are doing well, we must maintain that, and also add more goals. Goal scoring is a problem. We will continue to create chances, and we must do everything possible to get the ball in the net.
"Polokwane is a very good strong team, very attacking side. They are confident because they have been doing well. So we have to work on our own confidence, we have to go there and play with intensity and not be complacent,” Ndlovu added.
Asked if he had a message for the Maritzburg fans, Ndlovu replied:
“They must stay behind us, we will continue to try our best, sometimes in football things don’t go your way, so the fans mustn’t abandon us now.”
Last season saw Polokwane taking four league points off United. In 13 previous meetings, there have been five wins each and three draws.
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