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Opinion: I Don't See Sundowns Taking Maximum Points

Mamelodi Sundowns will turn their concentration to the club's homegrown mission after an attract the CAF Champions League and a previous player predicts another impasse.

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The reigning champs will visit Durban on Wednesday to confront Lamontville Golden Arrows in the DStv Premiership, and previous protector Phelelani Mpangase is anticipating that Abafana Bes'thende should keep their home perfomance against a prevailing side.

"I accept they (Sundowns) have been having a decent run and everybody is discussing them, that they are relentless, which is valid yet there's still long approach as far as the association title. They are still going to confront a few difficulties en route," Mpangase told the Siya group.

"I trust Arrows is the group that will give them issues. On the off chance that you recall when they played in the MTN8, they drew here in Durban and in the event that you recall that they (Downs) needed to adjust late.

"Bolts are extremely hazardous at home, they have a development that confounds heaps of groups. They utilize 4-4-1-1 and on the off chance that you take a gander at that, it becomes 4-5-1 since second striker will in general drop before two focal midfielders to ensure them. I trust it will be significant for them since Sundowns are truly adept at entering in the midfield.

The previous protector is anticipating an attract Durban, foreseeing that the home side could make it hard for the reigning champs.

"Checking out the power source of Arrows, I accept they will attempt to pack the midfield and permit them to head outside, have the option to use that space when they get the situation from progress, transform guard into assault in light of the fact that Morena and Lakay consistently go ahead to

"I forsee a draw, I don't see Sundowns taking greatest focuses, I put my head on a square that it will be a draw.


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