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Yes, I think it's true. Johannesburg is at quite an elevation (around 5750 feet), so the air there will be quite a bit "thinner" (less dense.) A ball will experience less drag due to the air than it would at sea level. For a given force of kick, the ball will travel a greater distance.Of course, if the players are not used to playing at high altitudes, they'll also be be finding they are a bit more breathless than usual.
thus it is pretty moch going to play the same.