Cape Town - Ajax
Cape Town left-back Mosa Lebusa believes they have a psychological advantage
over Moroka Swallows when the sides meet.
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The Urban Warriors welcome the Dube Birds to the Athlone
Stadium with the Soweto outfit desperate for a result to move away from the
As it stands, with two games of the season remaining,
Swallows are second last in the Premiership, two points from safety and only
three above bottom club AmaZulu.
Swallows beat Maritzburg United 1-0 at the weekend and will
want to keep up that momentum against their Cape opponents.
However, Ajax are fresh off an inspiring last-minute 3-2 win
over Bloemfontein Celtic and will not be hounded by the threat of relegation on
"It's going to be a tough one because they want to move
out of relegation zone and we're also eyeing to finish in top eight, so
basically both of us needs three points," Lebusa told KickOff.
"We always make sure that we get maximum points at home
but to maintain that is difficult because everyone is aware of our form at
"They want to stop that. However, I think them knowing
that we only lost one game of the season so far it's a psychological advantage