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Free State Stars are traumatised about facing Jomo Cosmos with Anthony Laffour in such a devastating form.
The two sides will meet in a what promises to be an exciting Absa Premiership match at Goble Park in Bohlokong tomorrow at 3.45pm.
It will the first of two consecutive clashes, the second one a Telkom Knockout quarterfinal at the same venue next Saturday.
Ezenkosi are still on cloud nine after beating Bidvest Wits 2-1 in a drama-filled match two weeks ago. Laffour scored both goals for Cosmos.
Ea Lla Koto also won their match after defeating Ajax Cape Town with deadly striker Fanyana Dhladhla scoring the solitary goal.
"Anthony is a hell of a great striker, he has been doing well this season. The man has an appetite for goals," said Rantsi Mokoena, Stars' brand manager.
Cosmos' team manager Andrew Rabutla said they were also bracing themselves for a tough game.
"Stars have assembled a team with very experienced players like Duncan Lechesa, Diyo Sibisi and Sifiso Vilakazi who have been doing well.
"We'll go out there and compete," said Rabutla.
Meanwhile, the disciplinary case involving Bamuza Sono of Cosmos and Phil Evans of Bidvest Wits will be heard by the PSL's DC on Monday.