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Benjani confident Wits have title chance

SOUTH AFRICA – Former Manchester City and Zimbabwe Warriors striker Benjani Mwaruwari believes his current side, Bidvest Wits, have a good chance at silverware in South Africa, as they are in a good position in the premier league and the Nedbank Cup. 

Benjani Mwaruwari
Benjani Mwaruwari

“We have been unlucky this year for the two games we have lost but all the players have put that aside and brought back their confidence as we are on a winning streak.

“Wits have a lot of skilful and experienced players who will definitely make the team conquer this season especially under the tutelage of one of the most successful coaches in the league, Gavin Hunt,” Benjani said.

Playing alongside Benjani at Wits are fellow Zimbabweans Tinashe Nengomasha, Thomas Sweswe, Onismor Bhasera and Denver Mukamba.


Today: Orlando Pirates v Kaizer Chiefs (FNB Stadium),

Wits v Free State Stars (Bidvest Stadium), Mamelodi

Sundowns v Polokwane City (Loftus Stadium), Mpumalanga Black Aces v Moroka Swallows (Emalahleni).

Tomorrow: Ajax Cape Town v University of Pretoria (Cape

Town Stadium), Bloemfontein Celtic v SuperSport United (Free State Stadium).