Led by Nandipha Jack, Madibaz will face North-West University on Monday afternoon in their second home game of the tournament.
Following mixed success in their previous two rounds in Pretoria, Krige said round six would be a great show for the fans.
“Competing in the Eastern Cape is a truly unique experience for any sporting team; there’s a vibe that can’t be replicated anywhere else.
“That is definitely something that fires up the girls. We are really looking forward to a fantastic, vibey Monday evening.”
The Eastern Cape team, currently fifth on the log, will look to make amends after mixed success in Pretoria this last weekend.
They delivered a convincing performance in their match against University of Johannesburg on Sunday and earned a bonus point in their 57-29 victory, but failed to add further points to their tally when they went down to University of the Free State on Monday.
After trailing Kovsies by 14-25 at the end of the second quarter, they lost 42-51 in a close battle.
“We made it difficult for ourselves not beating them this weekend,” said Krige, who felt the Madibaz had the ability to overcome the team who were currently second on the log.
“It was silly mistakes that cost us, but these are things we can work on and improve. As we get more exposure in tougher games, we’ll become better.”
Despite the disappointment, the former Protea player said she believed more than ever that the Madibaz had the skillset to compete with the leading teams as they had shown great spirit every time they went on court.
Looking ahead, she said a bonus point in their next few games would go a long way in getting them back on track to achieve their goal of finishing in the top four.