CAF reps back in league action

CAF reps back in league action
Kawashu Makai of Police XI celebrating his goal during the beMobile Botswana premier league football match between Police XI and BDF XI at the SSKB Stadium in Gaborone, Botswana on December 7, 2014 ©Monirul Bhuiyan/BackpagePix

by Staff Reporter

Tuesday Feb 17, 2015. 19:32

Another Gaborone derby is on the cards on Wednesday night at the National Stadium.

The game between Township Rollers and Notwane is deemed the original derby of Gaborone.

Although Notwane is languishing in the bottom half of the log, they always come to the party against the so called big sides.

Notwane boasts former Rollers players such as Kgomari Mothuba and Amos Godirwang.

Former Notwane midfielder, Dirang Moloi is expected to make his second appearance for Rollers. He made his debut in the 2-0 loss against BDF XI.

Rollers know that a loss is not an option if they still harbor ambitions of defending their title. They are currently four points behind leaders Mochudi Centre Chiefs.

Notwane are yet to announce a permanent head coach after the departure of Calvin Peterson.

In another week 20 game, Orapa United will at home against BDF XI.

Matebele have just returned from Tanzania on a CAF assignment.

Both United and Matebele are looking at cementing their places in the top four of the league.

United are on 35 points, just two behind BDF XI and they will be looking at toppling the army guys from the top spot at the expense of home advantage.

All games kick-off at 1900 hours.

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