Going into this afternoon’s match with a 3-0 advantage from the first leg, Orlando Pirates have revealed how they will approach their second leg CAF Confederation Cup play-off match against Jwaneng Galaxy of Botswana.
Pirates assiatnt coach, Fadlu Davids, says Bucs are expecting an attacking Galaxy side who would have a better understanding of them from having studied them from the first leg tie in Gaborone last Sunday.
Davids says the Buccaneers will approach the game with calmness and with the aim to implement and execute their game plan at the Orlando Stadium.
“We expect a tough game, we expect Jwaneng Galaxy to come out and attack. It’s not just an easy game. Yes, we won 3-0 away from home. But it’s a new game, it’s a new life they get, they get to understand us better and we expect a really tough encounter with Jwaneng coming all-out attack,” said Davids, speaking through the Pirates media department.
“We have to approach the game with calmness and with the expectation of a strong opponent coming but really to implement and to execute our game plan and our tactical plan and what we plan to do against them at the Orlando Stadium,” the coach added.
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