Cape Town - Bidvest Wits hope to continue to build on their
performance when they host Polokwane City in a Absa Premiership encounter.
Read: Wits out to impress at home
Wits are currently third in the league standings, thanks in
part to a goalless draw against Mamelodi Sundowns at the weekend. This
Wednesday’s host have been rather erratic during their more recent matches,
having recorded two wins, two losses and a draw in their last five matches.
Nevertheless, Polokwane City are still the league stragglers
and have failed to record a win in their last five matches. All the efforts of
new coach Kosta Papic are not yielding positive results for the team from
What will be of particular concern for Papic is that four of
his five forwards have misfired this season, with Puleng Tlolane being the only
player among them who has breached opposition defences during the campaign.
For Wits, the script has been quite different this term, as
Maliele Pule, Henrico Botes, Sthembiso Ngcobo and Getaneh Gebeto have all
contributed to the cause. Strangely enough Christopher Katongo has yet to add
his name to the scoresheet this season.
However, Wits have generally performed as a team throughout
this campaign and that is unlikely to change ahead of Wednesday’s match.