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Pirates Seeking To Face CAF Glory?

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The Buccaneers will mean to keep their prize desires alive in an outing to the Atlantic Coast city of Monrovia, Liberia where LPRC Oilers will be their hosts at the Samuel Kanyon Doe (SKD) Sports Stadium on Sunday evening (18:00). 

Falling off a 3-0 away success at Stellenbosch, Pirates will be quick to expand on their most recent success by recording one more certain outcome out and about as they try to destroy the irregularity that has tormented their season to date. 

Sunday's tie is the main leg of the end of the season games which decides the groups continuing to the gathering stages. 

"We have a significant undertaking in heading out to Liberia. We should get a decent outcome around there to have the option to meet all requirements for the gathering stages. 

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"Obviously there are a few players that are not enlisted so there will be a few changes, however our principle center is to move a decent outcome away from home," brings up club co-mentor Fadlu Davids. 

Privateers went past Congolese club Diables Noirs in the past round kindness of a 1-0 total success and will confront a LPRC Oilers group that was downgraded from the Champions League subsequent to losing home and away to Raja Casablanca. 

For the entire years that they have contended in mainland rivalries, Oilers have no record to be pleased with having come stuck in the starter round or first-round more than they have at any point continued any further. 

They are seven-time heroes of Liberia. 

With wounds influencing their group and player enlistment related issues, Pirates should reshuffle their group however Deon Hotto will in any case be viewed for motivation and objectives after he struck a support in midweek. 

The second South African agent Marumo Gallants will likewise be away this end of the week confronting TP Mazembe in Lubumbashi in the primary leg.

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