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Tuks, Leopards itching for points

Black Leopards and the University of Pretoria will meet at the Tuks Stadium on the back of poor Absa Premiership results in which they will hope to overturn on Saturday afternoon, kick-off at 3:30pm CAT (SA, GMT+2).

The two teams failed to walk away with the three points in their respective games in the midweek in which Black Leopards fell to a stunning 4-0 loss to Orlando Pirates, while Tuks were held to a goalless draw by Free State Stars.

Their failure to capture the three points meant they dropped down to fifth place and it is something that has left the squad unhappy.

“We are not happy with a point considering the kind of Free State Stars team we played last night. We feel we didn't do enough to get the points but it's in the past,” says Aubrey Ngoma.

“We are looking at rectifying the mistakes on Saturday afternoon.

“Leopard is still a good team, I just feel they have been unlucky in certain games to lose, but you know football can be cruel in a sense that you might have all the possession but end up losing the game.”

Despite the recent decline in results Ngoma is still confident his side can continue being a revelation in the PSL season and already knows what to expect against Leopards.

“We just have to continue what we have been good at and improve what we haven't been doing so well,” he adds.

“The team is always ready to play


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