Likhopo out of danger zone
mistakes that led to those defeats, and are prepared for Mangasport.”
Striker Litšepe Marabe has been in-form Litšepe Marabe scored a brace last weekend as defending league champions Bantu maintained their winning momentum to remain second on the 14-team Premiership table — five points behind leaders Lioli who are on 38 points.
Marabe took his goals tally to 13 and the double ensured A Matšo Matebeleebele pipped struggling LMPS 2-1 on Sunday.
Fifteen matches into the season, son, the Mafeteng-based side appear the biggestgest threat to Lioli and have vowed to retain thehe league title they won for the first time last season.ason.
inconsistent Likhopo also managednaged to collect all the three points on offer as they beat Qoaling highlanders 3-2 in a thrillerriller at LCS Ground, also on Sunday.
This was only the fifth win for Likhopo this season, with the victory ensuringg they moved away from the relegation zone intonto 8th position on the log.
Makara Ntaitsane scored twicee while thabo Mongala swept in the other goal, l, with Mpho Lehloka and Sello tale respondinging for highlanders.
the Qoaling-based highlandersers are bottom of the table and need to arrestest the slump if they are to avoid the drop comeme end of the season.
Linare and Matlama also produced uced a thriller on Sunday as Tse Putsoa came back ack from two goals down to salvage a draw in hlotse.
Linare had gone ahead throughrough Lebajoa Mosehlenyane’s penalty, with tumelo Ngatane doubling the lead to putt Tse Tala in the driving seat early in the match.ch.
however, Phafa tšosane scoreded from enjoying fine form and leads the scoring charts with 13 goals, which Shale says puts Bantu in a good po- the penalty spot to bring Matlama back into the game, while Kopano Motaung punished his former team to complete a remarkable comeback for the Sea Point-based outfit.
Also on Sunday, league rookies Likila United continued their impressive form as they beat Kick4life 1-0 in a battle of the newcomers in Butha-buthe.
Likila are fifth on the table, while Kick4life occupy 10th position.
Meanwhile, on Saturday, Lioli ended their goal-scoring woes as Jerry Kamele’s solitary strike in the second half handed them a 1-0 win over Nyenye rovers.
Also on Saturday, Mphatlatsane and LDF drew 0-0 in St Monica’s, while LCS edged Sundawana 1-0 at LCS Ground. sition to blast their way past Mangasport .
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