Bidvest Wits will look to consolidate their position at the top of the log ahead of the international break, but it won’t be easy against defending league champions Mamelodi Sundowns.
The defending champions are sitting mid-table, having played just five games so far this season.
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The former Sundowns man provided the assist for the first goal as his unfancied second division outfit beat Anderlecht 3-0 on Thursday night.
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Mosimane will likely be at the dugout when Sundowns face Golden Arrows.
Mamelodi Sundowns have had a slow start to their title defence, which continues as they take on Golden Arrows at Princess Magogo Stadium on Wednesday.
Trouble flared up Sunday afternoon, as two Sundowns fans made their way onto the pitch. Pitso Mosimane got caught up in the aftermath.
The Brazilians’ sole focus is the defence of their league title for the time being.
There’s been a change at the top of the highest paid players list for the PSL: Itumaleng Khune is no longer the “Chief” rain-maker.
Huge pressure heaped on the youngster.
The Brazilians have made yet another statement in the transfer market.
Sundowns face the real danger of being eliminated from two cup competitions in the space of a week.
No repeat of 2016 heroics.
It’s do or die for Pitso Mosimane’s men.
It was the hosts who drew first blood in the first MTN8 semi, with one more leg to go in the tie.
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Benni McCarthy’s men fell on the last hurdle last time around and will want to go all the way on this occasion, but face a major obstacle in the Pretoria outfit.
The Brazilians resume their title defence on Wednesday night.
A point or three will give Pitso’s men more than a fair shot at survival on Friday night.