Forest aim to preserve unbeaten run

Green Forest: Log leaders, Black Forest (in green) take on Letlapeng tomorrow determined to preserve their one point lead
Green Forest: Log leaders, Black Forest (in green) take on Letlapeng tomorrow determined to preserve their one point lead

Mmankgodi-based Black Forest want to end the first round of the Debswana First Division South League unbeaten when they face fourth-placed Letlapeng tomorrow.

Log leaders, Forest have accumulated 22 points, one ahead of second placed Rolling Boys.

Letlapeng have 14 points. Forest coach, Murphy Maseko said they have prepared for the game just like any other match and there is no special arrangement for the former Premiership side. He said a lot has changed in the team that competed in the top league, but at the same time they still respect the side. Maseko said the slim difference between them and Boys at times puts players under pressure.

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