Not one to avoid discussing his adversaries on top of things, Mamelodi Sundowns co-mentor Rulani Mokwena shared his investigation of Al-Hilal Omdurman as they plan to have them in their initial match of the CAF Champions League bunch stage at Loftus Versfeld Stadium tomorrow (6pm).
Mokwena says they have done their examination and the Sudanese are not a shut book to them.
"Like consistently, we attempt to be very careful with our arrangements. We got an obligation to ensure that we furnish the players with however much data as could be expected," Mokoena told the media yesterday.
"At the point when you go into a match as football players with the correct data about the resistance, it permits you to be free and express your method of needing to play. We got such standards in our game model yet, obviously, those standards are constantly adjusted to the profile of the resistance.
"Al-Hilal are not a shut book to us since we've observed even their qualifiers in CAF, their games against Asante Kotoko — the 1-0 success away from home. Furthermore, they had a three-group competition with TP Mazembe and Simba, and we watched that.
"Lamentably at that point they likewise several great youthful players with the Sudanese public group that went into CHAN [the African Nations Championship].
"They were not piece of that three-group competition, but rather we likewise needed to take a gander at them since we several individual exhibitions from them in CHAN where the Sudanese public group lost to Nigeria, everything being equal, in the quarterfinals.
"That assisted us with profiling a portion of the players that we couldn't see inside the group setting," Mokwena said.
The Downs co-mentor is anticipating a troublesome test.
"Obviously their group is continuous. They have played eight games, scoring numerous objectives and they are unbeaten, with six successes and two draws.
"They have marked two new players who we have likewise profiled on the grounds that we have not seen them partake. So we've gotten our work done and we are prepared for them. We realize they are hazardous in set plays, and we prepared for everything."
Mokwena likewise implied that new marking Rushine de Reuck could make his presentation tomorrow. He began preparing with the club this week after his move from Maritzburg United fourteen days prior.
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