Lesotho coach Lesley Nots’i says he studied South Africa’s form and way of play in the Under 20 2017 Cosafa Cup tournament in Zambia carefully.

Nots’i says he intends to come up with a plan that will end South Africa’s unbeaten run in the tournament.

Lesotho joined Amajita in the final after beating Uganda in the semi-final.

South Africa’s five wins out of five matches is surely a five star performance.

Amajita are solid in every department, the defence, midfield as well as the striking department.

They scored five goals and only conceded one. This is a cause for concern for Lesotho’s coach.

Lesley Nots’I says:”We have been studying them fortunately enough a few weeks back we played them in a friendly in Lesotho, so we have done a lot of home work on them like i said they are a very good team that needs to be given respect.”

Lesotho has nothing to lose in this tournament and that’s what makes them dangerous. It will be the young Likoena’s third final after they were runners up in 2005 and 2011.

They were also knocked out five times in the first round, since 2009.

Amajita coach Thabo Senong says:”You can see that our team is becoming better and better and then of course the cup final will be a different match we need to improve ourselves and ¬†analyse ours opponents.”

South Africa will be determined to win the title a sixth time.