Uthongathi FC coach Pitso Dladla says his team have identified Orlando Pirates' weaknesses at the back and are planing to expose them when the two sides meet on their Nedbank Cup Last 32 encounter on Saturday afternoon.
The GladAfrica Championship side coach acknowledges that the Buccaneers have a strong attacking, but he maintained that they are weak at the back they know just what to do to cause an upset as they aim aim to dismantle the bones.
"Up front they are very skilful but at the back they have challenges, and I won't dwell on that, but I can tell you we will expose their weaknesses there at the back," he said According to kickoff.com.
Pirates go into this fixture after a 2-0 loss to to Golden during the week on their DStv Premiership match where the slowness of their defense was exposed by the quick Arrows defense.
The Buccaneers will be hoping to avoid the historical upset when they were knocked out by Makuti FC who beat them 4-1 a few years ago.
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