Stellenbosch FC midfielder Phathutshedzo Nange says like any other team in the PSL, even Mamelodi Sundowns are beatable.
Fresh off their first league win of the season last weekend, ninth-placed Stellies travel to Loftus Stadium at 18h00 to face the defending champions, who are sitting in second place and yet to suffer defeat in the league this season.
Nange tells KickOff.com: "Ya surely it won't be an easy game, Sundowns we know how good they are, and recently they are doing well in the league, they won a treble last season.
"Ya we are going there with a positive mind, like we will do in each and every game we want to win, regardless who we are playing against. Ya it won't be easy at all but we are going there with positive minds.
"I think coaches know how to deal with such things. You know us players we will have to apply whatever tactics the coaches will want us to do on the day. But like I said they have a good squad, they have many players, whoever they play they know that he can deliver.
"But we also have a good squad that can compete this season so we are ready for any of them that they can put on the field on the day."
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The former Bidvest Wits man adds that they will not be going to Tshwane for a draw.
"If we are saying we are going for a draw, then we will lose. So we are positive that we can get something out of this game. It is possible you know, especially in the PSL, any team can beat any.
"So it's possible for us to beat them. Yes, I think it is good to face them at this early stage, or any time for that matter. This is PSL, it's always tough."