Leopard looking to take advantage of limping Bucs
oneni Pirates will host police side Royal Leopard in their first match of the second round.
The Buccaneers were shown the exit door in the Ingwenyama Cup last week and come into the match looking to bounce back, whilst leopard will be looking to build momentum following their convincing 2 – 0 win against Manzini Wanderers in the cup clash last week.
This match is set to be interesting, seeing that both teams now play almost a similar type of football since Edwin Matsebula took over the reigns at Leopard.
The blue and white ensemble boasts of good and experienced players, especially when it comes to finishing their
MCoach: Captain: Key players: Match winner: Coach: Captain: Key players: Match winner: chances. Currently placed on the fourth-place, Leopard will be looking for an opportunity to leapfrog Highlanders and Buffaloes if they slip, as they are both only a point better. Moneni Pirates, on the other hand, are also on the relegation end as they are only four places better than the basement team, and will have to work hard early on in the round if they want to finish in a respectable position.