It was a disappointing season for Pavol Šafranko with a restricted commitment for Mamelodi Sundowns in all contests, yet he is focusing on finishing on high note. Generally because of wounds, the Slovakian highlighted in 27 coordinates in all rivalries with an unobtrusive return of nine goals and he needs to build that count in Downs' leftover matches against Royal AM and Marumo Gallants.
Sundowns take on Royal at Chatsworth Arena in their last association match of the season prior to directing their concentration toward the Nedbank Cup final against Gallants one weekend from now in Rustenburg. On the off chance that Sundowns beat coach Dan Malesela's eccentric Gallants at Royal Bafokeng Arena they will finish an uncommon high pitch as they won the MTN8 before in the season and wrapped up the association with four matches to go.
"I'm certain Royal AM won't be simple rivals to beat, yet it's in our DNA is to dominate matches and we will give a valiant effort. I came here to score goals and I will attempt to score in this game," said Šafranko, who has five goals in the association and three in the Nedbank Cup. Sundowns meet a Royal who are associated with a wild fight for second spot with Cape Town City and Kaizer Chiefs and Šafranko is expecting the Durban group to come out firearms bursting.
"I figure we will confront a group that will be extremely difficult to beat. Royal AM's defense is very great and they are very physical and solid. In any event, when we played them in the semi-final of the Nedbank Cup they gave us a difficult stretch. "In any case, we need to continue to zero in on ourselves and ideally we can beat them once more."
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