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A Recap Of Episode 4 Of “Game On” Show and Game On are amidst a formidable partnership; with both entities displaying their passion for sports. and Game On show and Game On are amidst a formidable partnership; with both entities displaying their passion for sports. is the proud sponsor of the show, airing every Saturday on SABC1 at 2 p.m.

In episode 4, Christophe Bongo (The host) had a discussion with Shane McGregor (Kaizer Chiefs Legend) about referee decisions, the transfer window, predictions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, and more. Shane McGregor is fascinated by how the Spanish woman’s team plays, and have predicted that they will win the World Cup, and his predictions were on point. They also deep-dived into referee decisions, and how they impact the complexion of the game altogether.

They moved into the Premier League in week one and reflected on what stood out in those games. A distinctive fixture for McGregor was the Newcastle game against Aston Villa, The Magpies trashed Villa 5-1 in the opening game of the new season. He also went on to say Manchester City will not be dominant this season; the league will be open up to the last day.

“Well if you talking about Man City dominating, I don’t think it’s going to happen this year. I think it’s going to be a lot closer, I think there is going to be results, and the league is going to go very close down to the wire”.

Shane McGregor also made the remark about Bayern not dominating in the Bundesliga this season, despite signing the prolific strike Harry Kane. Later on, Banele (The Co-host) joined Shane McGregor to analyze the Premier League and Bundesliga. Their discussion was around the BTTS (Both Teams To Score) market due to the number of goals scored in week one of both leagues. They highlighted Leverkusen v RB Leipzig, and both teams scored and the game ended 3-2 in favour of Leverkusen.

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Siphamandla Lindwa is a sports writer and a publisher for Bet Central at He obtained a B-Tech in Sports Management from Tshwane University of Technology. When not writing sports content, Sipha scouts talent and networks for his future Sports Management agency.

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