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AmaZulu don't fear Warriors

By unknown | Nov 23, 2007 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Mcelwa Nchabeleng

Mcelwa Nchabeleng

Ajax Cape Town's terrific form this season might be sending shivers down the spines of many teams in the Absa Premiership, but not AmaZulu.

In fact, Usuthu are keen to make a mockery of the Capetonians when they clash in a league match at Princess Magogo Stadium in KwaMashu on Sunday.

But the hosts will have to be in a class of their own if they intend to beat Craig Rosslee's chargers, who are perched at the summit of the log.

"We are not worried by their position on the log and their impressive wins that they recorded this season," said Philani Mabaso, AmaZulu spokesman, yesterday.

"We want to make them a laughing stock on Sunday. The players are motivated by the fact that they will be playing against a team that is on top of the log."

Mabaso's counterpart at Ajax, Thabiso Mekuto, said they expected a good run in KwaMashu.

"We are equally motivated and everyone is looking forward to the match. What we can't afford to do at Ajax is to undermine opponents and we will not do this to AmaZulu," said Mekuto yesterday.

The match could see the return to action of Clifford "Robot" Ngobeni after the young Urban Warriors linkman was out for two months because of a broken toe. Defender Nazeer Allie, who has not played this season, has overcome a groin injury and is also available for selection.

AmaZulu will rely on the experience of John "Shoes" Moshoeu whose combination with Mohammed-Awal Issah in the centre of the park could cause problems for Ajax.

Dumisani Ngwenya, whose goal earned Usuthu the three points against Platinum Stars in their last league match, is expected to maintain his scoring prowess on Sunday.

There will be other Premiership action in KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday when Lamontville Golden Arrows welcome Black Leopards to King Zwelithini Stadium in Umlazi at 3pm.

The two teams have not been playing consistently this season and the match could go either way. Arrows will be without influential midfielder Papi Zothwane but his younger brother Ntlantla could step in and make things happen for Abafana Bes'thende.


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