We will be looking to pick up some points at home tomorrow afternoon as we host Marumo Gallants at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium.
Our previous games so far have not given us the point standing that we would have hoped for and a win against Gallants, and 3 points in the bag is just what the team needs ahead of the international break.
A positive to take back to the practice pitch in preparation for upcoming games would be a solid foundation for Coach Seema and the team to build on.
Coach Seema is hoping that Nkosinathi Sibisi will be fit for the match after receiving a head injury against Mamelodi Sundowns.
“We’re still trying to give them as much game time as we can because the league is a marathon and it’s going to be a difficult one,” Seema said.
“Sunday we have a difficult one again, we have few players that have played, we’ll see how it goes and hopefully the injury of Sibisi is not that bad but we’ll see after a day or two when we arrive at home.”
Gallants remain winless so far in the season. And find themselves lingering at the bottom end of the log.
They will be desperate for a win, and this can give any team added drive on the day. Having drawn two of their four games so far, one being against Kaizer Chiefs, they remain confident of picking up some points against us, even if only 1 for a draw.
The game is not televised but we will be posting our play by play commentary on our social platforms.