It’s all systems go in preparation for AmaZulu FC’s all important Absa Premiership clash against Bidvest Wits this Saturday, 15 February 2014 at Princess Magogo Stadium.
Tickets for this sure thriller of a match which kicks off at 18:00 have been reduced to R30 for males as opposed to the normal R40, while tickets for females and children will be sold for R10. The tickets are now available at Computicket.
The Craig Rosslee-led Usuthu, who come into the match with 28 points under the belt, face a Wits side determined to also make steady progress in their season, having garnered 25 points in 15 matches played.
Right-back Bongi Macala whose last involvement in front of an appreciative KwaMashu crowd saw him finding the back of the net in their 2-1 defeat against Mpumalanga Black Aces in August, says they will be looking to maintain their consistency when they face the Clever Boys.
“So far what we’ve spoken about since the last game is that Wits is a three pointer, there’s no question about it. It is about doing whatever it takes to get three points at Magogo.
“We’re not going to do anything new since our last few games since we played Orlando Pirates (opening second round match), we just have to keep working harder.
“The confidence is there now within the team, we just have to keep doing what we’ve been doing and then hopefully finish our chances on the day and from there things will just fall into place,” said Macala.
Usuthu last hosted an Absa Premiership clash at Princess Magogo against Platinum Stars on 27 November 2013 when they beat the Royal Bafokeng side 2-0 with both goals coming from Goodman Dlamini.
Fans are encouraged to come out in their numbers as the Dr Patrick Sokhela owned team look to extend their four match unbeaten streak with a win.
There will be special half time entertainment while personnel from Safrican Insurance Company will be on hand at the stadium to sign up prospective customers for the Usuthu Funeral Plan.
AmaZulu VS Bidvest Wits, Princess Magogo Stadium
15 February 2014, Saturday
Kickoff 18:00, Gates open at 16:00
Tickets: R30 (Males), R10 (Females & Children)Share