Sides out to regain glory
Battered Bidvest Wits and Black Leopards are hoping to erase unpleasant memories of their midweek setbacks at the expense of SuperSport United and AmaZulu respectively at different venues tomorrow.
Though it looks like Lidoda Duvha will succeed against Usuthu in Giyani, the Students should find it tough against Matsatsantsa a Pitori at the refurbished Super Stadium in Atteridgeville.
The two Premier Soccer League matches kick off at 3pm.
Leopards are hoping to save face after they were tamed 2-0 by Free State Stars in Bethlehem on Wednesday.
Wits, on the other hand, were sent spinning to a painful 1-3 defeat by defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns in Milpark.
What makes Leopards favourites to beat AmaZulu is the ruthless display they have recently conjured up in Giyani this term.
They have claimed the scalps of powerful sides United and Platinum Stars at this venue.
Boebie "Mzala" Solomons, Leopards' coach, said they had forgotten about their loss to Stars and were ready for AmaZulu.
Leopards have been reinforced by the return of Myron Shongwe, Wonani Mulaudzi and Mashudu Mamphita.
AmaZulu's will rely on John "Shoes" Moshoeu.