OPINION: The reason Orlando Pirates may not win against Celtic
By Everyday-news | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
A game of football is not determined by the teams previous performance. When it comes to football the past stays in the past, history is made each two teams meet in the field of play.
Orlando Pirates will come to this game with high confidence after winning 3-1 in their match against Maritzburg United, they won in cup competition which is why today it will be a different story as they play in the DStv premiership. Being won your previous game against your last opponent does not guarantee a win in the next match. Pirates may have won their previous game against Maritzburg, but it does not mean they will win against BloemfonteinCeltic.
Celtic is a very good team, they play a very good football and you can't take that away from them. Bloom Celtic will be looking to claim 3 points to make it in the top 8 of the DStv premiership log, so it won't be easy for pirates to win against them.
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