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Fortune Thulare: 'Orlando Pirates have their weaknesses'

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Josef Zinnbauer (Gallo Images)
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Jwaneng Galaxy defender Fortune Thulare says they will exploit Orlando Pirates' weaknesses in their CAF Confederation Cup play-off second-leg clash on Sunday.

Pirates take a commanding 3-0 lead into this tie, after goals from Thulani Hlatshwayo, Linda Mntambo and Jean-Marc Makusu at the Botswana National Stadium last weekend.

But speaking ahead of the upcoming encounter, a determined Thulare said his side is expecting a different result this time around.

He told the Citizen: "Pirates is a very good team with top class players. They are an organised unit and their swift attack going forward is something one has to take note of.

"They do have their weaknesses which on any day one can pounce on them and come out with a result. I think this has been seen during some of their games in the league.

"We will play our game to win it but we are very much aware we are playing a good team so if the goals come we will gladly accept them."

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