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The Students to prey on Lidoda Dhuva  04/03/05
After a series of poor results, struggling Limpopo side Black Leopards will be away to Wits University on Saturday night at the Bidvest Stadium.

Black Leopards have not being doing well of late and are currently lying third from the bottom with only 21 points from 21 games.

The students are lying tenth with 24 points from 19 games. Shakes Mashaba`s boys managed a lucky win against lesser known, Young City Stars in the Absa cup, however three days later they lost at home to fellow strugglers Santos by 2 goals to nil.

Not even beefing up the technical team with Jacob Sakala, who has now taken over the reins from Shakes Mashaba, seems to be the solution as the best result they have had since, in the league, was a 2-all draw with Supersport United.

On the other hand, the Students seem to have turned the corner as they go to this game after a couple of good wins having disposed of Bush Bucks, Golden Arrows and Sasolburg Juventus.

Sipho Mngomezulu has been in good form for the Students, setting up and scoring vital goals for his side - if left unchecked he looks likely to continue where he left off.

Lucky Maselesele was training with Bidvest Wits, but was not signed before trying his luck with Leopards so he will be hoping to prove a point to the Students that they faltered by not signing him.

Maselesele was a promising youngster, when he just came into the PSL, but has failed to realize his true potential. His move to Lidoda Duvha and a ball in the back of the net for him may be all that he needs to bring back his lost confidence.

Rudzani Ramudzuli and Mulondo Sikhwivhilu also seem to forgeten their scoring boots at home these days and it may all be left to Swazi international, Wonder Nhleko, to do the trick on the day.

All in all Bidvest Wits look like to win this one, especially if Mngomezulu continues with his superb form.

By Patrick Zikalala

For free tickets to this game, pleae call Patrick on 083-5229336.

 

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