Ouseb: 'We will fight till the end'

Moroka Swallows defender Mohammed Ouseb says that his team will fight to the bitter end in order to retain their fourth position on the Castle Premiership.

"Even though we are safely positioned within the top eight bracket, we have make sure we win all our remaining two matches at home to consolidate our top eight position," the Namibian told the official Moroka Swallows website.

"At the least we have to attain four points out of a possible six."

The former Lynn SFK (Norway) and Kaizer Chiefs player will not feature in the match as he is nursing a knee injury incurred during their recent away match against Santos in Cape Town.

"I have been informed by the medical team that I have suffered a torn cross-ligament inside my knee and will be out for five to six months; depending on the rehabilitation process," Ouseb concluded.

The talented defender joins Sean Permall (torn ligament), Jacob Botes (hamstring) and Tsweu Mokoro on the injury list for this encounter.

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Wednesday, November 8
Castle Premiership
Swallows v BidVest Wits
Venue: Germiston Stadium

Saturday, November 11
Castle Premiership
Kaizer Chiefs v Swallows
Venue: FNB Stadium

Wednesday, November 22
Telkom Knockout
Ajax Cape Town v Swallows
Venue: Greenpoint Stadium

Sunday, November 5
Telkom Knockout
1-2 v BP United
Venue: Germiston Stadium

Sunday, October 22
Castle Premiership
1-0 v Arrows
Venue: King Zwelithini

Sunday, October 15
Castle Premiership
1-2 v Cosmos
Venue: Germiston Stadium

How far will Swallows finish this season
First position
Top three
Top eight