THE Madibaz are looking to exploit home-ground advantage when they meet Wits in a Varsity Football Challenge tournament clash at the NMMU Stadium tonight (7pm).
Madibaz dropped four points in their last two matches after coming away with draws.
The Port Elizabeth team play their first home game of the competition tonight, during which they will look to continue their unbeaten run.
Madibaz, who are second on the log, are expected to pile more misery on the visitors, who are second from the bottom on the table.
Madibaz manager Mark Tommy said he was confident his team would gain maximum points.
"The two previous draws were just a little setback from our mission to top the log. The players are determined and passionate to reach the semifinals of the competition.
"Our good performance in this tournament has been more of a team effort and the players remain focused," he said.
The team will be relying heavily on their supporters to be vocal and to get behind the players with their cheers, Tommy revealed.
Defender Kagan Dino Assam was adamant Madibaz would bring the Varsity Football Challenge trophy home.
"It is a fantastic feeling to be playing at home on Monday [today], especially after all our four matches were away from home.
"Our expectation is to win this match and our ambition and objectives are to bring the flair and passion back to the city of Port Elizabeth," he said.