They come into tomorrow afternoon's match (3.45pm) at the Milpark Stadium having scored seven goals between them in midweek, and there's a likelihood for fireworks between Bidvest Wits and Black Leopards.
Wits routed Moroka Swallows 4-0 away, led by the red-hot Brazilian striker, Marcos de Jesus, who scored a brace. Mlungisi Ngubane's Leopards crushed Lamontville Golden Arrows 3-0 in Thohoyandou.
"They have a good team and I expect a good game of football," said Wits' team manager George Mogotsi yesterday.
Wits' Nhlanhla Kubheka will be out after twisting his ankle and right-back Phil Evans still has to pass a late fitness test.
While Mogotsi feels Leopards were almost at the top of their game, Lidoda Duvha chairman David Thidiela refused to get carried away.
"Let us see what happens against Wits on Saturday and Mamelodi Sundowns a week later," Thidiela said.
Ajax Cape Town host Maritzburg United at Greenpoint Stadium tomorrow evening at 8.