27 January 2013

Africa: Players to Watch Out for - South Africa Vs. Morocco!

They will have to look to other sources for goals and with their big centre back Siabonga Sangweni a real threat from set pieces, they don't have to rely predominantly on their strikers. After being benched for the previous match, there is change that Siphiwe Tshabalala will fire in this game.

If Thulani Serero is also utilised, then wingplay and set pieces may be the most threatening things South Africa have to offer. If you are a fan of defensive midfield destroyers, then look no further than Dean Furman, the Oldham Athletic midfielder really put a shift in at the last game and drew some well deserved plaudits.

South African Player to watch out for:

Name: Katlego Mphela

Position: Striker - Centre Forward

Foot: right

Moroccan Player to watch out for:

Name: Youssef El Arabi

Position: Striker - Forward

Foot: right

South Africa's Proposed lineups: Khune, Masilela, Khumalo, Sangweni, Ngcongca,Phala, Furman, Mahlangu, Tshabalala, Mphela, Parker

Morocco's Proposed lineups: Lamyaghri, Chakir, Bergdich, Benatia, El Adoua, Abdel, El Ahmadi, Belhanda, Assaidi, El Hamdaoui, Amrabat

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