Absa Premiership

Arendse focused on Tuks clash

2016-05-03 09:49
Wayne Arendse (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns defender Wayne Arendse says the league leaders are already focused on their clash against University of Pretoria.

Sundowns are on a high after their comprehensive 3-1 victory over Kaizer Chiefs at the weekend, with the result moving Pitso's men six points clear of second-placed Wits with three games remaining.

The Tshwane giants could win the league title in the upcoming game, and Arendse has urged his teammates to keep fighting until the final game of the campaign.

"Obviously it was good to win against Chiefs. We needed those three points but our focus is now on Tuks," Arendse told Soccer Laduma.

"We are closer now but we haven't arrived yet and therefore we have to keep on fighting until the last game."

Kick-off is on Wednesday, May 4 at 19:30.

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