Western Province will work hard to limit Golden Lions star looseforward Hacjivah Dayimani’s time and space when the sides meet in a heavyweight Currie Cup clash at Ellis Park on Saturday.Dayimani has been the standout performer in 2018‚ with his searing pace and impressive stepping. As a back-rower, he has added width and speed to the Lions’ attack.WP flank Cobus Wiese‚ who is more versed in direct and powerful running‚ wants to keep the Lions man honest this weekend by testing the more basic virtues of his game."You need different types of loosies in rugby‚" Wiese said. "In our set-up, Trokkie [No8 Juarno Augustus] gives us a lot of go forward and I try to complement that aspect."This weekend we have to keep an eye on Dayimani because he likes to run in the wider channels. If we can make some good hits early in the game‚ make him play tighter and take his space away‚ then he won’t have such an influence."Although Dayimani is an obvious threat‚ WP have some of their own weapons. Mos...

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