Mamelodi Sundowns look to brush aside their Wednesday night disappointments as they have reported for training on Thursday in preparation for their blockbuster clash with Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday.
In a video shared by reporter Lorenz Kohler who is at Chloorkop, around 33 squad players are at the training grounds looking to regain strength for their next game. While Mamelodi Sundowns will be approaching the game with intentions to bounce back from a lose, Kaizer Chiefs will come sparking with confidence as their won their previous game in a convincing manner.
Also, Mamelodi Sundowns will look to continue their dominance over the Glamour Boys which saw them getting the better of Kaizer Chiefs in recent seasons. Abubeker Nassir has also joined the squad having made his debut on Wednesday and looks to try and settle in as quickly as possible to try and get amongst the goals.
It is surely one to watch as both sides will be looking for their respective 2nd win of the season.
Sources: Lorenz Kohler
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