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11/02  ACES  3   Vaal Pro  0
18/02  Orange Vaal   1    ACES  1
25/02  AmaBEE  v   ACES   
04/03  ACES  v   JDR Stars    
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1 Maccabi FC 24 16 3 51
2 JDR Stars FC 24 14 6 48
3 Orange Vaal FC 24 11 10 43
4 Valencia FC 24 12 4 40
6 ACES 24 10 7 37
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1 Ngobeni 6 1 7
2 Mbiyozo 5 0 5
3 Mtsweni 3 0 3
4 Mogaila 3 0 3
5 Venditti 2 0 2
6 Mfulwane 2 0 2
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Aces searching for a third straight win  

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Aces are searching for a third straight win on Saturday, 11 February at the Greek Sporting Club against Vaal Professional. Match kickoff is at 15h00.

Alexandra Black Aces recorded a second straight win against Dondol Stars last week and are determined to keep the monument going. Amazayoni have turned the corner and are enjoying a great run of form. The Gold City Giants have scored five goals in the last two matches, outplayed teams and have shown great improvements. The change in form is all due to the hard work done by the technical team.

Aces coaching staff has worked tirelessly since the start of 2017 and have managed to get the best out of all the players in the team. Buzzing with confidence, the Gold City Giants will look to get five points out of Vaal Professionals, the first round fixture ended in a goalless draw at the George Thabe Stadium last year. The visitors also played another draw in the Vaal derby this past weekend and are currently laying 11th on the Gauteng ABC Motsepe league.

Aces know a win might see them back in the top five and will do all that is required to get maximum points in-front of their home fans. Amazayoni has collected 33 points from 22 games. A win against Vaal Professionals will be their 10th of the season and will move them closer to the top of the log. The Gold City Giants know that they need to be on top of their game if there are to extend their winning spree to three matches.

Judging by their performances in the last three matches, Aces stand a good chance of walking out of the Greek Sporting Club with all three points at the end of the match.

Full Fixtures

Tuesday 7 February 2017

AmaBEE FC vs GaRankuwa United - 3pm

Wednesday 8 February 2017

Valencia vs Moroka Swallows - 3pm

Thursday 9 February 2017

GaRankuwa United vs Orange Vaal Profesional FC - 3pm

Sat 11 February 2017

Alex Black Aces vs Vaal Professionals - 3pm

Dondol Stars vs AmaBEE - 3pm

Valencia Stars vs Leruma United - 3pm

Baberwa FC vs Alexandra United - 3pm

Moroka Swallows vs M. Tigers- 3pm

Maccabi vs Mofolo BET Stars - 3pm

JDR Stars vs African All Stars - 3pm


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