Lamontville Golden Arrows midfielder Brandon Parusnath insists his side have found a way of playing that they believe in this season.
Arrows will lock horns with Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) away from home in a DStv Premiership clash at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium this afternoon.
The game will start at 17:00.
Abafana Bes’thende will be hoping to collect maximum points and build on their winning momentum.
Parusnath registered his name on the scoresheet when he scored his first goal of the season when they defeated Lidoda Duvha 3-1 in Thohoyandou Stadium last Sunday.
“The game against Leopards was tough given the conditions of the heat we were playing in. The guys stuck to the game plan and we knew that we have the confidence and ability to come home with the three points,” Parusnath told the media.
The Durban-born footballer is expecting another difficult encounter when they face the Limpopo-based outfit, however, he is confident that his side will walk away victorious.
“Our next match against TTM is going to be a challenging one. They were struggling to find points this season and now they have found some type of a form. They drew with Swallows away, so I’m sure they will be coming with confidence especially getting the goal so late in that game,” said the 26-year-old midfielder.
“We believe in our system and abilities. I’m sure we will be able to put a top performance in order to get positive results and make it a successful journey here in Polokwane.”
Mandla Ncikazi’s side currently sit fourth on the log standings with 32 points after 18 games, while TTM occupy 14th position with 16 points from 17 outings.
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By FARPost Reporter