Big test for TTM against Sundowns

Mamelodi Sundowns takes on newcomers Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila in the second league match of the DSTV Premiership. The Thohoyandou based side travel to the capital city after playing a draw in their last game against TS Galaxy.

“The preparations for the upcoming game against TTM have gone so well. If you recall we played on Saturday and we had to regenerate, we had two days of training, match day minus two and matchday minus one, but everything has gone according to plan” said Coach Manqoba Mngqithi.

Masandawana started off the league with a great result by defeating Kaizer Chiefs away at FNB Stadium and will be going out to ensure that they continue. Coach Manqoba Ngqithi had this to say about the opponents, “It is very difficult as you can see; over the last two matches they have used two different line ups, and they are still bringing in players and this is a team that does not have many patterns.”

“Such teams are very dangerous because you do not know who you will face. If you look at the SuperSport game they had Shonga, Lamola, and Ngele and when you look at the Galaxy game there was no Shonga. They are very good at setpieces with Ndengane (Alfred) and Shonga (Justin),” concluded Coach Manqoba Mngqithi.

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