Experienced coach Augusto Palacios says the end of the week results have shown that no group ought to be thought little of in the DStv Premiership.
The weekend's activity gave a combination of results to the Big Three of Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs with the last experiencing a humiliating 4-1 loss.
"The main thing I can say is that there are no little groups in football," Palacios tells Kickoff.com.
"On the off chance that you want to think little of groups who we allude to as more modest groups then we are incorrect.
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"The more modest groups are persuaded by playing against the greater clubs and you can't anticipate football results.
"It can demonstrate astonishing, yet the manner in which you plan against a major club ought to be the same way you get ready to confront any remaining clubs.
"In this way, what we saw at the end of the week, we saw no little club and no greater club.
"Particularly when you play for the greater clubs, generally the rivals need to acquire a similar compensation as you, they need to win moves to huge clubs as well.
"That is the place where risk anticipates you, and you need to plan for all events."
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