Young Fighters next on Magosi's menu

Marching on: Chiefs are eyeing a third successive victory PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Marching on: Chiefs are eyeing a third successive victory PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Sleeping Kgatleng giants, Mochudi Centre Chiefs will be hoping to take advantage of the ever-changing situation at the top of the Debswana First Division South League this weekend when they travel to Kang.

Magosi are eyeing their third successive victory when they take on Motaung Young Fighters away tomorrow so that they can move further close to the summit of the league table.

They sit at position five with 15 points from nine matches following their 2-0 win over former leaders, Holy Ghost over the weekend. The victory came after another positive result against Mochudi Rovers the previous weekend. Ahead of this weekend First Division clashes, five points separate Chiefs and log leaders, URI Black Forest with the latter currently having accumulated 20 points. The victory over Holy Ghost, who were sitting at the top, is expected to serve as motivation for the former Botswana Premier League champions.

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