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GRIQUAS hope to maintain their winning streak when they host the Blue Bulls in an Absa Currie Cup game in Kimberley tomorrow. Kickoff is at 3pm.
Griquas are unbeaten in five matches while the Bulls have won three matches and lost two .
The Kimberley side is top of the table with 23 points, leading the fifth-placed Bulls by nine points.
"We have done our homework in terms of preparations and my charges are looking forward to a taxing match," said Griquas coach Dawie Theron. "The Bulls are a tough and solid team but there is no way that we can allow them to tarnish our unbeaten record in the competition."
If their previous head-to-head record is anything to go by then Griquas are fancied to beat the Bulls