Sundowns To Avoid Two Season Domestic Drought
Mamelodi Sundowns Turn All Their Attention To One Job
Mamelodi Sundowns will now turn all their attention to one job at hand and avoid going two seasons without any domestic silverware.
Sundowns last won a domestic trophy during the 2015/16 season, where they clinched both the Absa Premiership idea and the 2015 Telkom Knockout trophy.
Now, after being knocked out of the Nedbank Cup competition by the hands of Maritzburg United last weekend, the Brazilians will once again face the same Team of Choice side who could be standing in the way of edging closer to lifting the Absa Premiership.
Sundowns will face Maritzburg once again at the Harry Gwala Stadium tomorrow, April 25, where three points will take them inches closer to the league title.
Should Sundowns secure victory over Maritzburg, they will just need one point out of their following two Absa Premiership encounters against Ajax Cape Town and Bloemfontein Celtic.
Masandawana will welcome the return of Hlompho Kekana who was absent from their Nedbank Cup encounter due to suspension. However, the Brazilians will be without Gaston Sirino who is set to miss the clash after he was shown a red card on the weekend.
Now, it remains to be seen whether Sundowns will manage to clinch a win over the confident Maritzburg side tomorrow.