The Buccaneers, travelled to Capetown' this week to meet Stellenbosch fc, on their second game of the season. They opened 2022/2023 season with a high note, when they beat their neighbours, swallows fc last weekend, Saturday by 1-0. In terms of performance on swallows game, I must say they were very promising. However Stellenbosch fc, is not the Dube birds, it always give them problems, when the two meet's. The rumour has it that, forward Vincent Pule, has travelled with the team and he can be available for selection. Here is my predicted starting eleven for them, you are more than welcome to challenge my team. Richard Ofori, Nkosinathi sibisi, Thapelo Xoki, Innocent Maela, Deon Hotto, Thabang Monare, Goodman Mosele, Fortune makaringe, Thembinkosi Lorch, Binguve Eva Nga and Thabiso monyane. Please note, this is the predicted line up. This evening 19:30 Orlando Pirates vs Stellenbosch fc, Dave Craven stadium. Sources: soccer laduma, the citizen, sport 24, idiski times, soccerzela, Times live and farpost. Edited by khalabemgeza.
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