Zebras favoured to clear Mambas hurdle

We meet again: Zebras skipper, Joel Mogorosi (right) battles with Mozambique's Salomao Modlane during the two countries's friendly match last last month. The two meet tonight in the semi finals of the COSAFA Cup
We meet again: Zebras skipper, Joel Mogorosi (right) battles with Mozambique's Salomao Modlane during the two countries's friendly match last last month. The two meet tonight in the semi finals of the COSAFA Cup

The Zebras are only two wins away from claiming an inaugural COSAFA Cup with the first hurdle being the Black Mambas of Mozambique tonight in Moruleng. Kick-off is at 7:30pm.

However, Peter Butler’s charges are immensely aware of the poisonous damage the Mambas can inflict on them.

The last memories are not pleasant after Mozambique claimed a late 2-1 victory over the Zebras in Lobatse last month.

Editor's Comment
A step in the right direction

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