The Dube Birds could turn into the primary club advanced from the main division to actually finish their first round of installations unbeaten against all their PSL adversaries.
Swallows have been cruising in the PSL since coming up and stay one of two clubs alongside champions Mamelodi Sundowns yet to lose in the alliance this term.
Fourteen games into the season The Birds have recorded successes against Baroka, Cape Town City, Black Leopards, Maritzburg United, Kaizer Chiefs, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila and Bloemfontein Celtic.
Their draws list has SuperSport United, Mamelodi Sundowns, Chippa United, Orlando Pirates, Golden Arrows, TS Galaxy and Stellenbosch.
Today they play game number 15 and the remainder of every one of their rivals in the alliance when they take on Benni McCarthy's Usuthu at Dobsonville Stadium (15h30).
There has never been an advanced group that has evaded rout for this long through PSL history be it Bay United, Chippa United, Vasco da Gama, Baroka, African Wanderers, Dynamos, Black Leopards, Tembisa Classic or Santos.
Indeed, Swallows have now played 22 games without losing since their days in the principal division, with their last thrashing having come on account of University of Pretoria.
The way things are The Birds are in the title race following pioneers Sundowns by five with a game close by. A success today Sunday would push them to a focuses count of 31, which typically implies endurance region.
For some, Swallows were relied upon to battle under their PSL freshman mentor Brandon Truter, who rather has dominated up until this point and has not been terrified to trade punches with anybody that comes his direction.
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