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K4L face SK in midweek EPL clash

K4L face SK in midweek EPL clash

The Premier League returns to action this week and Kick4Life face a busy schedule as they first have to play Sky Battalion on Wednesday, 16:00hrs afternoon before welcoming Matlama on Saturday.

Both matches will be played at LCS grounds.

The match against Sky Battalion was postponed by the Premier League Managing Committee in September and was rescheduled for the 15th November.

Kick4Life’s recent victory over defending champions Bantu could be a morale boost to the Old Europa outfits considering they broke Bantu’s record of 22 wins.

However they will be without Likino Teele who was sent off against Bantu. News coming from the medical room is that Bokang Mothoana has started a light training.

Leslie Notsi will welcome Masoabi Nkoto and Ralekoti Mokhahlane back into the team after being in the national team camp for their friendlies against Zimbabwe and Malawi. Masoabi and Tsiu Moorosi’s combination caused troubles for Bantu defence and Masoabi eventually scored the winner.

Sky Battalion on the other hand have been struggling to get the results coming as they are still without a win or a draw after 8 matches. They are placed at the bottom of the table. They were docked 6 points and 6 goals by the PLMC for late registration of players at the beginning of the season.  

The university team still boasts players like Paseka Bale and Tseole Ranthimo who are capable of helping the club to start securing points, and Wednesday’s game could be a motivation to them.


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