Following their great beginning to the 2020/21 season and the quantity of new acquisitions, the two clubs are viewed as top picks to be delegated group champions.
"Well for me it's still somewhat right on time to state who will win the alliance you see, in light of the fact that there hasn't been any test as far as group games for the two groups," Mashego tells KickOff.com.
"Privateers may kick on in the event that they win the MTN8 and Sundowns may likewise dominate a few matches. Be that as it may, I think for me it's still somewhat too soon to state who will win the class now. I mean Pirates have a generally excellent group yet they don't have a group with experience. That is to say, a group that would realize how to win an alliance.
"I realize you need to win the association first to have insight of winning the alliance. However, I don't think they have enough involvement with the group equipped for withstanding pressure, subsequently I state it's somewhat too soon. They may do it, yet I don't think I've seen them enough to state they can win the alliance this season.
"However, I think Sundowns have insight, they may be somewhat shaky on account of what occurred with the mentor and now they have three mentors, that additionally may assume a job, yet like I state it's still somewhat too soon.
"Ya I mean before they [Pirates] beat [Kaizer] Chiefs in both MTN semi-finals games they battled to dominate different matches. It's simply consistency. I mean they will face groups that are somewhat more coordinated than Kaizer Chiefs. So that is the experience that I'm discussing when I state I don't have the foggiest idea whether the players have enough insight to withstand that sort of weight.
"I mean we as a whole understand what's happening at Chiefs and that [MTN8 score] isn't unexpected in any way. Against different groups that are tad coordinated and perilous, I don't have the foggiest idea whether Pirates can deal with that."
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