Going into this game both group overflow certainty, having overseen crucial successes at the end of the week. Narrows validated their programmed advancement certifications by defeating a difficult AmaTuks 3-2 at home on Sunday, while Sporting procured a pivotal 4-3 win at Free State Stars a day sooner to stay in contact with the pioneers.
The gathering between these different sides in the first round may have finished goalless however the structure the two groups have been appearing of late proposes the upcoming conflict will be a spine chiller. Natal Rich Boys have scored a noteworthy nine objectives in their previous five games, one more than Abantu Bemthetho in similar number of past games. Donning have scored more objectives (36) than some other group in the division, while Bay are second with one objective less. Every one of these details propose the issue will be an objective fest.
That Bay unloaded Sporting out of the Nedbank Cup by digging out from a deficit to guarantee a 2-1 success in the round of 16 in February is additional flavor to the game. The solitary Mpumalanga-based second level side will doubtlessly go all out for retribution against the KwaZulu-Natal side that stands out with 45 focuses, five in front of them.
For motivation Sporting will depend on their capable goalkeeper Leathan Croats, who needs to date kept seven clean sheets, one less than Royal AM's Patrick Nyame, who has the most spotless sheets in the GladAfrica.
On the other hand, Bay will trust fledging striker Khanyisa Mayo, their driving scorer with six objectives, keeps on rousing the side. Sound will be without Mayo's twin striker, Somila Ntsundwana. The previous AmaZulu striker is suspended for the tie in the wake of getting four yellow cards.
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