Waiswa to question Onyango’s goalkeeping abilities in the Nedbank Cup tie


Moses Waiswa will test his National team Captain Goalkeeping skills as the two faces off today in the Nedbank Cup as Mamelodi Sundowns host SuperSport United at Loftus Versfeld Stadium

A spot in the Last 16 will be at stake when the two biggest football clubs meet  in Tshwane collidle

Sundowns come into this fixture with a huge boost having qualified for the quarter-finals of the CAF Champions League after a 1-0 win against Wydad Casablanca last weekend.

SuperSport have  their sights on winning another cup competition having won the 2019 MTN 8 tournament.

The Brazilians are also determined to go all the way and clinch their second cup trophy having won the 2019 Telcom Knockout Cup two months ago.

Keitano Tembo is expected to start Moses Waiswa in the attacking midfield role ahead of Sipho Mbule who has had a slight dip in form while Denis Onyango is anticipated to start in the goalposts of the Brazilians.

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