Moroka Swallows will be aiming to continue their unbeaten run when they clash with Santos in a crucial Nedbank Cup Last 16 tie at the Germiston Stadium on Friday night (kick-off 8pm).
The 'Dube Birds' have been on a fine run of form of late - having gone unbeaten in their last five games in all competitions - and advanced to the last 16 of this lucrative competition thanks to a 1-0 victory over African Warriors.
However, they will find it tough going against Santos, as the Cape Town side has been unbeaten in their last eight games (seven league matches and one cup encounter).
However, midfielder Lefa Tsutsulupa does not appear to be too worried about this.
He told the club's official website that preparations for the game are on track and the team is only concentrating on their own performance.
"Its going to be one hell of a game and with the prize money on offer we will be going all out to advance to the next round."
He added: "Obviously, it?s going to be a tough game because Santos have been playing really well lately, but so have we."
"We have been working hard and I think we will show that on the field," Tsutsulupa concluded.
The visitors will welcome Mogogi Gabonamong and captain Musa Otieno back to the squad, while Thembile Kanono, Thando Mngomeni and Ryan Chapman will not travel to Germiston due to suspension.
The ?Dube Birds? can claim a better overall head-to-head record, winning 12 matches to 10 in their 33 games in both league and cup play since 1991, and will be hoping to add one more win to take them closer to the R6-million prize money.
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