After they conquered Stellenbosch FCby 3-0 Orlando Pirates will now be setting their eyes on their CAF Confederations cup opponents LPRC Oilers in the playoff first leg match. The two sides will be battling it out at Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex in Liberia, and the Soweto giants have all the motivation they need against the side from Liberia especially since they defeated the Stellies.
Orlando Pirates have every reason to feel motivated against the Liberian side because before their 3-0 victory against Stellenbosch FC they were under performing in the DStv Premiership, and most definitely without any doubts they will be heading to the continental action with the aim to come back home with a victory so that they can have a clean advantage when they host LPRC Oilers at Orlando Stadium. Pirates coach Fadlu David's has expressed himself positively for their preparedness ahead of their clash against the side from Liberia, and he is expecting to see some of his senior player to contribute positively to his side's victory.
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