The Tshwane derby will see both sides locking horns to determine who’s boss in Pretoria?
Downs has been blowing hot and cold lately, with results unforthcoming due to injuries and suspensions thanks to catch-up games and CAF assignments.
The domestic and continental champions currently (fifth on the log) will use this game to launch their killer instinct up against the super charged Matsantsa a Pitori (4th on the log) at Loftus Stadium tonight.
Third placed Kaizer Chiefs visit ‘Phunya Selesele’ Bloemfontein Celtic this evening.
Perched 12th on the log, this will be a humdinger of a battle as both teams won their Nedbanks’ Quarter-finals games this past weekend.
Its’ hard to predict who will come out with major points, because Celtic’s are known for being party spoilers ask Mamelodi Sundowns, whereas AmaKhozi on the other hand are firing all cylinders.
Don’t be fooled by the comments uttered by amateur outfit Acornbush coach McDonald Makhubedu, who was quoted “Chiefs are too ordinary and should do better since they claim to be the best African club on the Continent”. Ouch…
The victory takes Bucs to position nine on the league table after ending their 12-match winless run, while the Team of Choice remain eighth.
Kjell Jonevret, the Pirates head coach and his technical team, should be happy with the latest performance by the team.
It is believed that when skipper Oupa Manyisa and Mpho Makola are on song, the whole team comes to the party.
Other Absa PSL fixtures:
|Ajax Cape Town
|Cape Town City
|Ajax Cape Town
|Free State Stars