Liphakoe fc host on-form LMPS in the on Sunday evening kick-off, aiming to make register their first win of the league.
We played a 1-1 draw in our last meetings against LMPS on both rounds in 2019-20 season, with LMPS getting late equalizers and will be hoping to bring an excellent campaign of 3 points against the Police team we never won against since our return to the Premiere League.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game, which kicks off at 15:00……
HOW CAN I FOLLOW THE GAME?
The match shall take place at LCS ground Maseru,with kickoff to be at 3 pm. You can also follow our coverage at liphakoefc.co.ls where you can track live data at our social Media page. The match shall also be available at our official facebook page to follow live results.
WHAT’S OUR RECORD LIKE AGAINST LMPS?
This will be our 9th fixture against the Maseru based side. All of the meetings have been in Premiere league games, both clubs have series of draws with Liphakoe holding a record of not winning against LMPS. LMPS won 3 times against Liphakoe and they both played stalemate for 5 times. There has been atleast a goal in their all meetings without even a goalless draw. The worst loss for Liphakoe against LMPS is a 2 nil on the 5th March 2017 in the 2016-17 season where Liphakoe lost in both legs 1 nil at home and 2 nil at away.
Liphakoe host LMPS who are on form after winning their 2 previous games against strong teams in Matlama fc who are reigning champions and LCS FC who were in the 3rd position in the previous season. LMPS lost only once this season against the struggling Swallows Football Club. The maroon and gold has only picked 2 points in the last 3 games, playing a draw against Sefothat-fotha,loosing 4-1 against Likhopo and playing a goalless draw against Lioli. Liphakoe is standing at the bottom of the league with 3 points while LMPS is on the 7th position with 10 points and still to play their 2 games behind.
PLAYER TO WATCH
Tsepo Seturumane is a man to watch in LMPS FC, he is a Lesotho national team striker despite a previous injury he sustained in a Lesotho’s national duty against Zimbabwe limping-off in the warm-up. Monyatheli Ntobo is one of the dangerous player in the LMPS team scoring a cracker in their previous game against Matlama, Monyatheli is a threat both on and off the ball with pace and composure.
Match Tickets are already available nationwide at all Ecoshops. Ticket is sold at M30.