“That is going to be a difficult match. We saw when we went there to play Royal in the [Nedbank] cup how difficult it was for us to get the results and we have to focus our attention on that.
“This week we have to train like a team that lost 3-0, train hard and knuckle down and prepare ourselves for what’s going to be two difficult games before the season ends.”
A win for Sundowns will see them finish the campaign on 65 points, having won 19, drawn nine and lost three matches, and their players are expected to sweep the prizes at the end-of-season PSL awards.
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