Leopards welcome Wits test

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Leopards, a police-force team in Swaziland, are currently the most feared team in the Mountain Kingdom after they won all the domestic tournaments last season.

'Igwe Mabalabala', as Leopards are popularly known in Swaziland, are currently number one on the league table, with 30 points from 13 games.

Ntiwane has admitted a tough draw, but says his side have an advantage over The Clever Boys, with the PSL being broadcasted in Swaziland.

"It’s a tough draw, but at the same time very exciting," Ntiwane tells Kickoff.com.

"It’s a blessing because we know them, we watch them week-in-and-out on TV. We are underdogs, and we have no pressure. We are a closed book to them, and that is a big advantage for us," he added.

Ntiwane also revealed their secret that saw them winning every trophy at stake in Swaziland last season.

"Its unity," he reveals.

"We are one family, and fight for each other," he said.

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Sbusiso Dlamini last played for Royal Leopards, before he crossed the border to play for Black Leopards a few years ago.