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COULD this be the beginning of the turnaround that Steve Komphela was meant to engineer when he was lured to the North West team at the beginning of the season?
Stars goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands is convinced it is. The keeper is not basing this entirely on the wins that Stars have managed in their last two Absa Premiership league matches.
Rather, he thinks the wins confirmed what they have been saying all along. And getting a piece of Mamelodi Sundowns at midweek was a huge motivator too.
"We did not lose or draw all those matches because we were playing badly, we were just incredibly unlucky. But hopefully those days are over."
The Tycoons will attempt to make it three in a row at Moruleng Stadium against Moroka Swallows tomorrow, who have not exactly been hitting a rich vein of form of late. Captain Lefa Tsutsulupa dismissed suggestions that his team was unlucky to lose to Ajax Cape Town last weekend.
"You make your own luck way before kickoff, then everything falls into place," Tsutsulupa said.
nAlso tomorrow at Woodburn Stadium, Maritzburg United welcome Free State Stars. Gordon Igesund's team have improved from their 5-1 hammering by Downs a few weeks ago, and will be hoping to make it two wins in a row against the visitors.
Both matches kick off at 8.15pm.