Posted: August 22, 2018
Mamelodi Sundowns resumes the duties of Absa Premiership with the visit of Highlands Park on Wednesday.
The start is at 19:30.
The Tshwane giants come back from the meltdown of their CAF Champions League, where a 1-0 defeat against Wydad Casablanca leaves their quarter-final hopes in a threat.
It is now perhaps the perfect opportunity for Pitso Mosimane to revive the courage of the club to combine both domestic and continental adventures.
In Highlands, the Brazilians are faced with a party that began their return to the Premiership with a hard-fought 1-1 draw against Orlando Pirates.
Their last appearance, however, she saw a home throw of two goals to Black Leopards to score 2-2. Judging by the opening of their two performances, the heavy battle in anticipation of the Brazilians is emphasized.
However, after seeing Polokwane City for their continental tasks, Downs will be keen on not losing sight of the fight to defend their title.
With the chance to collect as many points as possible early in the campaign, the side of Mosimane will be focused on making clashes like these count, then taking them off your hands.
The Lions of the North have failed to get a kind of positive outcome against the hosts in their previous encounter in the great time.
The accompanying meeting during the 2016/17 campaign was an extremely dominant showing of Downs who lost 5-0 victors on the day.
Sunsets: Onyango, Ngconcgca, Arendse, Nascimento, Langerman, Kekana, Vilakazi, Sirino, Zwane, Meza, Brockie.
Subs: Pieterse, Mkhulise, Silva, Lakay, Maboe, Madisha, Jali.
Highlands: Kapini, Sibande, Motsepe, Mokoena, Haoseb, Mvala, Mbatha, Mahlangu, Rae, Nyembe, Mofokeng.
Subs: Heugh, Frenchman, Ngebo, Motlafi, Mbunjana, Versuur, Msimango.
Article by: Staff Reporter
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