SuperSport United shift their attention back to the PSL as they look to get their campaign back on track, traveling to the Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium to face Bloemfontein Celtic
Mzava, Daniels, Letlabika, Nkausu
Bilankulu, Buchanan, Gabonamong, Ntanga, Mogorosi
Moeketsi, Fransman, Diouf, Khumalo
Mkhabela, Doutie, Phala, Chenene, Mathebula
SuperSport United will make a return to PSL action for the first time in three weeks, after Caf Confederations Cup commitments have kept the Pretoria side out of contention in the league.
Matsatsantsa last took part in the PSL on February 25, going down to Bidvest Wits 3-2 at the Bidvest Stadium in Johannesburg.
SuperSport face a tricky trip to Bloemfontein and will want to improve on their away record of 15 points from a possible 30 on the road.
SuperSport will be without Thabo Moloi due to suspension but have a near fully-fit line-up from which to choose.
Cavin Johnson’s side come up against at least two of his former players in Mogogi Gabonamong and Davis Nkausu.
Celtic, meanwhile, are unbeaten in their last four games across all competitions, having earned two wins and a draw from their last three PSL encounters, as well as a crushing 8-0 win over the University of Stellenbosch in the Nedbank Cup
Phunya Sele Sele are always a tough team to beat at home but will also want to better their home record, where they have earned 16 points out of 27.
When the teams met earlier this season, in Pretoria, the pair played to a 1-1 draw thanks to goals from Mame Niang (United) and Musa Nyatama (Celtic).
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Matsatsantsa are placed fifth on the Absa Premiership log with 32 points from 20 matches.
- Sundowns have scored the most goals in the PSL, with 35, while City have scored 23 goals from their 21 games.
- City have been dismal on the road this season, managing a solitary point from 10 matches away from home.
- Sundowns have conceded the most goals out of the top five teams in the PSL.