Maema: Tuks Stadium is still our home

Premiership

Mamelodi Sundowns will look forward to returning back to winning ways when they host in-form Sekhukhune United in a DStv Premiership clash at Tuks Stadium on Saturday.

Sundowns have drawn their previous two league matches away to Cape Town City and at home to rivals SuperSport United. With the Brazilians also conceding for the first time this season against Matsatsantsa.

Kabo Yellow have moved their match against Sekhukhune to the Tuks Stadium for Saturday's clash due to the unavailability of Loftus Versfeld Stadium.

In-form midfielder Neo Maema is confident that the Brazilians will get back to winning ways against Sekhukhune.

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"Going into the game we have already started with our analysis of Sekhukhune United," Maema said.

"We know what to face and luckily for us we are playing at home and that's a major advantage that we are not required to travel".

"Playing at Tuks is not much of a struggle for us. It’s still our home.

"They had a long period of rest and so we expect them to come out strong.

"They are motivated because they won their last game against Royal AM and so it comes as a motivation to play against a big team like Sundowns.

"So it's goíng to be a tough battle and we know what to expect, we have to apply ourselves well so that we get the maximum points.

Maema will be aiming to star in Saturday's encounter after his superb performance against SuperSport in the Tshwane Derby.

Kick-off is at 15:30.

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