Mamelodi Sundowns head coach, Pitso Mosimane has a plan to progress in the CAF Champions League campaign.
The Brazilians are aware that they cannot afford to lose any of their two upcoming Champions League group fixtures, with Sundowns set to lock horns with Wydad Casablanca and Horoya.
Sundowns will travel away to Morocco to face Wydad this Friday, where head coach Mosimane revealed that he will accept a draw against Wydad, on the basis that they will beat Horoya on their home ground.
“If you get three points, then you’ll be happy. One might also be enough because we have to sort out Horoya here in our last game,” Mosimane said on Sundowns’ official website.
“That game is do-or-die. We must beat Horoya here or otherwise, it means we must win in Casablanca. The Togolese might do us a favour by causing an upset and holding Horoya to a draw because I don’t think they’ll win. It’s tough in Guinea,” he added.
Sundowns are currently second place in group C, locked on 5 points with Horoya, although should they collect four points in their two upcoming encounters, the Brazilians could be in a comfortable position to progress to the next round.