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Benoni Premier United hope to redeem their tarnished image at the expense of Golden Arrows in a Castle Premiership match at Mehlareng Stadium tomorrow at 3.45pm.
This comes after the Rabbits lost 2-1 to Ajax Cape Town in their opening match of 2007 last Friday night.
The side that is guided by Sonas Malope is 10th on the log with 19 points from 15 matches.
Relegation-threatened Arrows are 15th with 12 points from the same number of games.
Dumisani Ndlovu, United's chairman, said they had already recovered from the defeat by the Urban Warriors.
"It was not nice to lose that way, we played well but the problem is upfront where we missed five clear-cut scoring opportunities," said the Daveyton tycoon. "The focus at training has been on finishing."
Zwe Mzolo, Arrows' publicist, said they were determined to register their first win of the year after losing 3-1 to log leaders Silver Stars at the weekend.
The home side, who have acquired a sponsorship from Yellow Pages, will pin their hopes on the likes of Sello Mhlambi, Tshepo Masilela and Bernard Parker.