Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena has identified the Black Leopards men who could cause problems for Masandawana.
Sundowns take on Leopards this afternoon in Thohoyandou, looking to get back to winnings ways after drawing their last three matches against Swallows FC, SuperSport United and Bloemfontein Celtic. Co-coach Manqoba Mngqtihi stressed the importance of not panicking after the three draws.
Downs are top of the standings on goal difference after 13 matches.
Leopards, meanwhile, will be playing their first match since parting ways with Dylan Kerr.
“They do have some quality players and they play the high press type of game, they have scored some goals from their aggressive high press situation. They use Roderick Kabwe, Ovidy Karuru and Ramagalela to initiate the press,” Mokwena told the Sundowns website.
“The coach Dylan Kerr is no longer there, they have a new technical team. They are a running side and we have seen how they play when they play big teams. You see how they use their environmental conditions to their advantage when they play you at home. We should be ready for a difficult game and I think this will be one of those difficult games we have played this season.”