Today, South Africa will face Angola in its second but defining match in ongoing AFCON 2013.
The host, South Africa came out of the last match with only one point after drawing newcomers, Cape Verde.
Bafana Bafana coach, Gordon Igesund, admits his side needs to start winning now.
“We have put ourselves under pressure,” he said. “We need to rectify the mistakes we made against Cape Verde and I think we can do that.”
Angola, on the same point with the host, will also be working to clinch the quarter finals ticket which is still open to all members of the group.
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