SuperSport have a lot of pace on the flanks, with Thuso Phala and Aubrey Modiba constantly getting forward to try whip in crosses into the box. Nhlapo is another who enjoys getting forward and his pace will no doubt cause problems for visiting Mazembe. The sides will battle for CAF Confederation Cup honours at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Saturday night (20h15).
Arendse was in goal when Bafana beat Tunisia 2-0 at FNB Stadium 21 years ago, while Tinkler was in midfield for Clive Barker’s side. Arendse, who is now the goalkeeper coach at SuperSport, says being part of SuperSport’s journey to the CAF Confederation Cup final feels like 1996 all over again despite the fact that he is now a member of a technical team and not a player.
So as Sundowns prepare to take on Wits at Bidvest Stadium on Tuesday night (19h30), the former Free State Stars forward has described the encounter as a “grudge match”. Sundowns are in eighth place on 12 points, five behind log leaders Baroka FC. Sundowns, though, have three games in hand and are hoping to finish top of the table by the end of the year. A victory over struggling Wits would no doubt give them the boost they need.
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