The Buccaneers did not start the season well as their supporters had hoped. They found a form for couple of weeks until they met Mamelodi Sundowns. Orlando Pirates will be looking to bounce back from a 2-0 defeat by Mamelodi Sundowns. Orlando Pirates this weekend will be taking on Cape Town City in a mouth watering clash. The Citizens have had their ups and downs too just like any other team. They will be looking to take their momentum from 4-0 win over Swallows FC in the MTN 8 after reaching the finals. Both teams will be looking to win the game in order to move up in the DStv Premiership League table.
Orlando Pirates on their official website confirmed they will be without Richard Ofori and Terrence Dzvukamanja is a doubt for the game against Cape Town City. Ofori suffered an injury during international duty, and Dzvukamanja suffered an injury last weekend when they played against Mamelodi Sundowns. The Buccaneers will be looking to return to winning ways and live up to the expectations by the supporters. Which team do you think will win? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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