Motlakase await Satmos in ‘six-pointer’

Home side: Motlakase host  Satmos in a relegation battle
Home side: Motlakase host Satmos in a relegation battle

PALAPYE: Motlakase Power Dynamos captain, Jomo Bolofete has said his injury free and fit squad is ready to face FC Satmos in a beMOBILE Premier League match at the Serowe Sports Complex tomorrow.

Kick-off is at 4pm. Motlakase is bolstered by their hard-fought 1-1 draw against BDF XI a fortnight ago. Bolofete said preparations are on course and the players are fully fit.

 “Our preparations are going on as usual. We prepare for every game as it comes. The boys are fully fit and we do not have any injuries except for me. “I will be serving a suspension, but the team is well geared for the game,” he said. Bolofete said they expect a tough game as both teams fight to move away from the danger zone.

Just two places separate the two teams with Chouka on 26 points while the Cheetahs have 21.  Satmos on the other hand are fresh from a 2-0 home demolition at the hands of on form Orapa United. 


Cheetahs captain, Ronnie Legoreng said last weekend’s break to make way for the Top 8 could have not come at a better time for them to go back to the drawing board.  Satmos occupy the last relegation spot following BR Highlanders’ win over Township Rollers on Wednesday. “The break was much needed for us as our coach is new. He doubted our fitness levels and we worked on it.

“He also sat us down and we mapped our way going forward. We have no injuries and the players are competitive in training.

“It is a very important game for us, it is a six pointer. We are expecting a very tough game,” Legoreng said.

The Cheetahs have claimed seven points from their last 12 games on the road.

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