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Tight race: Either Chiefs or Eleven Angels will be promoted PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Tight race: Either Chiefs or Eleven Angels will be promoted PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

FRANCISTOWN: Eleven Angels coach, Seemo Mpatane has called on Francistown residents to come out in their numbers when his side welcome Mochudi Centre Chiefs in a second-leg premier league play-off clash tomorrow afternoon.

The two sides played to a 0-0 draw in the first leg played before a packed Riverplate Stadium in Mochudi last weekend. The return leg takes place at the Francistown Stadium.

For Francistown, the match has a lot of significance as it will be more than just a play-off clash. Should Angels win and eventually secure a spot in the Premier League, it will mean that TAFIC will have another opportunity to fight to retain their status in the First Division North (FDN). TAFIC, one of the biggest clubs in the country, were recently relegated to the regional league. If Angels win on Saturday, TAFIC will go for play-offs with two Division One teams, which are yet to be determined. “We are fine.

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