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PSL Preview : Dynamos vs Swallows 13/02/04
Moroka Swallows will be looking to continue their rich vein of scoring form and will be certainly be showing no love to Dynamos when they meet in a Castle Premiership game on Saturday afternoon.

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Dube Bird's strikers Denis Lota and Lungisani Ndlela have both been banging in the goals of late and coach Gavin Hunt will be expecting more of the same from these two against a Dynamos side that leaked five goals against Orlando Pirates in their last match.

Swallows have scored nine goals in their last three matches, making them second on the list of top goalscorers with 30 goals from their 17 games - Pirates have scored 32, but have played three more games.

Hunt also has the luxury of knowing that if his first choice strike partnership fail to get on the score-sheet he has a number of quality back-up options in the form of Shaun Permall, Alois Ngwerume and Mark McVeigh.

The Birds also boast a strong midfield, especially with the signing of former Ajax Amsterdam defender Gabriel "Ninja" Mofokeng.

However, he will not be available for tomorrow's game due to not yet having received his clearance.

Apart from Mofokeng's unavailability, Hunt will once again have a full squad at his disposal as there are no injuries problems in the camp.

Former captain Gary McNab confirmed the growing confidence in the team, but warned not to under-estimate Steve Khompela's men.

"Yes, we would expect to win, especially after Dynamos' thrashing at the hands of Pirates, but you know what they say about a wounded animal," he philosophised.

"It always tough travelling up by bus (Gary was on the bus this afternoon as we spoke) for the long trip up North, but at least at the moment it's raining. I hope it continues for the game tomorrow, which will increase our chances of a win even further," he added.

Dynamos coach Steve Komphela blamed poor refereeing for his team's embarrassing lose to the defending champions last week, but will have his work cut out to ensure that a repeat of that disaster does not occur again.

He will be hoping that the return of Adam Ndlovu from the African Cup of Nations with his national team, Zimbabwe, will help the team move away from the bottom of the table. Ndlovu is the club top goal scorer so far this season with six goals.

 

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