Mbombela take aim at FC Cape Town

Mbombela United who are aiming to collect another maximum points when they host FC Cape Town today at KaNyamazane Stadium.

Mbombela United will enter the pitch this afternoon looking to continue their dominance over teams from the Cape in the National First Division.
Tingwenyama will host FC Cape Town at KaNyamazane Stadium. Kick-off is at 15:00.
The local side’s encounter against the African Beast, as Cape Town are known, will be their fifth successive one against a side from the Cape.

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In the last four games they have played, Tingwenyama are yet to taste a defeat. They have collected massive 10-points out of a possible 12. Their points hauling against the Cape sides started on April 14 when they were held to a 0-all draw by Cape Town All Stars at Parow Park. They went on to collect maximum points when they beat Stellenbosch FC 2-1 at KaNymazane on April 19.

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That win was preceded by another big win for Mbombela as they went to beat Milano United 4-0 at their own backyard at Athlone Stadium. The last team from the Cape to feel the wrath of Aschwin Sutton charges was Santos, who received a 3-0 hammering at KaBokweni Stadium last Saturday.

Tsedisho Patjie of Mbombela United is expected to lead his side attack against FC Cape Town at KaNyamazane Stadium today afternoon.

Interesting to note is that on-form striker Thamsanqa Masiya and attacking midfielder Tsedisho Patjie have been instrumental in the last four games. Patjie has scored a goal in each of the last three games while Masiya has scored four goals in the last two games.
The duo are expected to continue with their good form of run in the build-up to their Mpumalanga derby against Witbank Spurs, which is penciled for Puma Rugby Stadium in Witbank on Saturday.

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Entrance for today’s encounter against Cape Town FC is R20 for adults and R10 for children. Gates open at 12:00 and tickets will be available at the stadium.

Full Wednesday fixtures:

15:00 Santos v Jomo Cosmos Athlone Stadium
15:00 Thanda Royal Zulu FC v Stellenbosch FC Umhlathuze Sports Complex
15:00 Royal Eagles v Black Leopards Harry Gwala Stadium
15:00 Mbombela United v FC Cape Town Kanyamazane Stadium
15:00 Magesi FC v Cape Town All Stars Old Peter Mokaba Stadium
15:00 Mthatha Bucks v University of Pretoria Mthatha Stadium
15:00 Real Kings FC v Witbank Spurs King Zwelithini Stadium
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