Orlando Pirates football club have already announced their starting line up against AmaZulu football club in the 19th match of the Dstv premiership season, Orlando Pirates football club made some changes in their starting line up as Ntsikelelo Nyauza is pairing with Kwanda Mngonyama in the centre back with Maela on the left back and Shandu on the right back.
Theres something that have cheered Orlando Pirates football club fans up as they have seen their starting line up against AmaZulu football club at Orlando Stadium, Orlando Pirates football club starting line is Mpontshane, Shandu, Mngonyama, Nyauza, Maela, Mosele, Motshwari, Makhubela, Lorch, Hotto, Peprah.
It has been good news for Orlando Pirates football club fans to see Zakhele Lepasa on the substitute which means they might see him coming as a substitute in this game against AmaZulu football club. As you are the Orlando Pirates football club fan do you think the Soweto Giants can continue where they left off against Marumo Gallants? Leave your opinion under comment section.
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