Platinum Stars attacking midfielder Patrick Malokase says he’s expecting a tough game from Wits in the MTN8 semi-final, despite his side taking a 4-2 scoreline into the second leg.
Dikwena put in a fine performance in their home leg of the tie, scoring four second half goals to secure victory over The Clever Boys, however they did concede two away goals, something that will give Gavin Hunt’s men some hope.
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Malokase acknowledges that the job is far from done and explained that the game is certainly going to be a challenge, especially as they’re going into the match on the back of a 2-1 defeat against Kaizer Chiefs.
Speaking to the Siya crew the 31-year-old said, “It’s going to be a big, tough game for us. We can’t take them lightly because they’re a very strong side.
"It’s always a challenge playing after a slump in form but we know the importance of getting a good result. We all need to play our part to secure our place in the final and it’s not going to be easy.”
The two teams will lock horns on Tuesday at 19h30 at Bidvest Stadium.
By Joe Crann
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