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Dolezar set to recall Kilambe 20/02/04
Sundowns coach Paul Dolezar has had his charges working on rediscovering their goal scoring touch for most of the week as they prepare to take on Dynamos in the Castle Premiership at the Odi Stadium on Sunday.

The Brazilians have experienced a trying time for much of the season and following last weeks loss to Wits are perilously close to the relegation zone.

"We played well against Wits despite losing 1-0 last week, he said. However, there is room for improvement, especially in attack.

I have been working hard this week on our finishing and hopefully we will solve the problem that surfaced when we failed to score against Wits.

Dolezar said he is likely to recall Zambian striker Rotson Kilambe to partner the impressive Simba Marumo up front.

"I believe that Kilambe could be the answer. His partnership with Marumo at practice suggests that they could form a winning combination." 

While not under-estimating Steve Komphelas Dynamos team, Dolezar said he was supremely confident of coming away with three points as the club pushes for a place in the top 8.

"I am not worried about Dynamos. I know what they have to offer. My only worry is ensuring that my team scores goals, otherwise I do not fear Dynamos, he said.

Sundowns, in 13th spot, are a mere two points above 15th placed Zulu Royals.

The bottom two teams in the 16 team league are relegated.

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