Mngqithi picks out Stellies dangermen


Mamelodi Sundowns will aim to maintain their unbeaten record when they visit Stellenbosch FC in a DStv Premiership clash at Danie Craven Stadium in Cape Town on Saturday.

The Brazilians remain the only team be undefeated in the league this season having conceded just two goals so far this season.

The Cape side will want to return to winning ways dropping points in their recent matches.

"They're a difficult team to play," co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi said.

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"Although in the build-up they look like they play with two centre backs you also have Macheke who starts more as a six in attacks, but in defence, you already have him as one of the three centre backs.

"So it makes them have three centre-backs and two wing-backs with two midfielders in front of Macheke or Kwinika.

"We know the speed is what they will look for in attack where they have Du Preez, Dimga and Mendieta who will cause us problems.

"We know very well in the last match they gave us a good run of our money but at the end of the day we managed to conquer the match."

Sundowns will be without the services of goalkeeper Denis Onyango who is suspended after receiving a straight red card in their previous encounter.

Kick-off is at 20:15.

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