05/04/2012 1:09 AM
Black Leopards midfielder Raymond Monama has promised a home win when his side entertains Moroka Swallows in Giyani on Friday night.
Lidoda Duvha have a busy schedule to the end of the season, with still four League matches to play in 16 days, as well as a CAF Confederation Cup second round, second leg, tie against Warri Wolves of Nigeria.
They are currently one point above the relegation play-off position, but have two games in hand over Santos.
Next up is Swallows on Friday, before they take on Bidvest Wits (May 8), Wolves (May 13), Cosmos (May 16) and Ajax Cape Town (May 19).
"Swallows are flying high but we will shoot them down. Swallows embarrassed us 4-1 in the first round and this is an opportunity for us to avenge that," Monama told The Sowetan.
"Winning the two games against Swallows and Wits will ensure that we remain in the Premiership but we want maximum points from all four remaining fixtures."
If Leopards win the remaining games of the league they can secure their place in the next season playing in the Elite league. Their performance has surely improved and the team spirit seems to be high at the camp. The hopes are high and beliefs will be changed to reality if they can keep their heads up.