Having won their four previous matches Babina Noko are facing record breakers and DStv Premiership log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday afternoon.
Sundowns will be looking to extend their PSL record of consecutive wins to fourteen when they welcome Sekhukhune United. In addition, Downs head coach Rulani Mokwena could be the first coach in the history of PSL to win his first ten league matches in a row.
However, Sekhukhune United defender Edwin Gyimah says as much as Mamelodi Sundowns are in a good form, his team are also in equally good form. The Ghanaian believe his team can cause an upset on the weekend if they stick to the plans their coach provides them.
“People know how Sundowns are performing currently, you know they’re on top and they’re in good form and in good shape. But for us we [are] also in a good shape and in good form also, so for us the preparation is normal [and] is the same,” Gyimah told journalists.
‘We always try to focus on what the coaches have given us. Is all about sticking to the plans that we have been doing [in] previous games to improve ourselves.
The former Orlando Pirates defender has hailed Sekhukhune fans for the support they’ve been giving them and he is hoping they will come in numbers on Saturday and continue to make them proud.
“And, with the supporters I think for the past games they have been behind us even when we were down they were still supporting us. We hope to give them the best, we hope to do well for them. We hope not to disappoint them [but] to keep going very high for them.
Both teams have met three times with Masandawana winning two of their last three matches and playing one draw. Babina Noko are currently in fifth position on DStv Premiership league standing but a victory on Saturday can lift them to fourth place.
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