“We have done our homework, worked on our strength and weakness and come Saturday, we should give a good account of ourselves against Egypt.
“It is a crucial game in the sense that we are playing the first leg at home but I am confident we should come good,” said Amajimbos coach Ntseki.
“It has been an amazing few weeks for South African football and we should complete this remarkable turnaround. All our national teams have had a wonderful spell starting with Banyana Banyana, Bafana Bafana, U20 – it is this magic charm we need to maintain. It is good for the country going forward,” added Ntseki.
“Banyana are off to African Women Championships in Namibia, U20 are off the Senegal next year and Bafana Bafana are determined to reach Morocco; so we cannot afford to let the nation down,” said Ntseki.
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