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Johannesburg - Black Leopards captain Mongezi Bobe says his team-mates are up to the task against giants Kaizer Chiefs ahead of their Nedbank Cup last 16 clash in Polokwane on Sunday.
"We know Chiefs and will give them their respect, but we stand a good chance," Bobe said on Thursday.
Leopards, fighting to stay in the Premiership, were runners-up in the Nedbank Cup last year, a feat Bobe believed they could achieve again.
"We were finalists last season and want to give it a try again this season," he said.
"We have been doing well tactically and are more disciplined as a side thanks to coach Vladislav Heric."
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