University of Pretoria defender Warren Bishop knows how good Moroka Swallows are and feels that they have learnt from their previous encounter with the Dube Birds.
AmaTuks have recorded two consecutive wins on home turf and will be hoping to take that form to Dobsonville Stadium for their Telkom Knockout clash on Saturday.
Bishop feels that although Swallows have great players in their side, his teammates are well prepared and know what is coming their way.
Bishop told Soccer-Laduma, “We know what Swallows are about. We know who will play and we know the way they will play. They have lots of experienced players like (Siyabonga) Nomvethe, (Lerato) Chabangu and (Edward) Manqele who all combine well.”
The two sides last met on August 3, at the Dobsonville Stadium, when Tuks went down 1-0 thanks to an 89th minute winner by Lerato Chabangu.
“They beat us in the league match but it was the first game of the season. It was as unlucky for us just as much as it was lucky for them. We are a better team now than we were earlier on in the season. The goal they scored showed what type of day it was for us but those things happen in football,” added Bishop.
By: Julian Bailey
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