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It will be a case of former pupil versus the teacher when Mich D'Avray, the Bloemfontein Celtic mentor, meets former charge Roger de Sa, the Bidvest Wits coach, in Bloemfontein on Sunday.
Their uninspiring sides meet in an Absa Premiership match at Seisa Ramabodu Stadium at 3.30pm.
D'Avray coached De Sa at Moroka Swallows in 1993, the season in which they finished second on the log.
Both coaches should be frustrated by their sides' inability to win matches and they are hoping for an upturn on Sunday.
While Phunya SeleSele will be rooted for by their ever-chanting die-hard supporters, their players will need to show a high level of aggression and attacking mentality.
Though Wits are determined to win after suffering three consecutive setbacks, Celtic are more desperate for the three points to strengthen their chances of moving away from the drop zone.
Celtic did their chances no good when they drew 1-1 against basement club Bay United last weekend. Wits, on the other hand, were handed a 2-3 defeat by AmaZulu.
The hosts go into this encounter with renewed vigour up front after the return from suspension of Petrus Mahlatsi.
De Sa takes a full-strength squad to Bloemfontein.
l Free State Stars' woes are likely to be compounded by the buoyant Thanda Royal Zulu when they meet at Mpumalanga Stadium in Hammersdale, KwaZulu-Natal, in another confrontation on Sunday (3.30pm).
Royal are spirited after brushing off Platinum Stars 4-1 away in their last outing, while Stars allowed a 10-man Maritzburg United to steal a point when they drew a dour clash in Bethlehem one goal apiece.