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Pienaar to face tough test against Manchester City, while Dikgacoi's Crystal Palace target a win against Brighton and Hove Albion

Steven Pienaar's Everton side will host Manchester City on Saturday in a must-win game for both sides, with City trying to keep in touch with Manchester United and the Toffees seeking European football next season.

Pienaar will hope to continue his fine form at Goodison Park, but will face a tough midfield battle against the likes of Yaya Toure and James Milner.

Kagisho Dikgacoi's Crystal Palace will face Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday in a bid to continue their push for instant promotion into the Premier League, as they lie merely 3 points behind second-placed Hull City in the Championship.

Dean Furman's recent loan move to Doncaster Rovers means the midfielder will be able to play his first game for Rovers on Sunday against Portsmouth in League One.  Rovers currently sit in first place in League One, but are closely followed by Sheffield United.

Outside of the UK, Bafana Bafana's latest call-up Dino Ndlovu will seek to continue his hot streak of scoring form against Bnei Yehuda on Sunday, as Maccabi Haifa seek to close the 10 point gap between themselves and Maccabi Tel Aviv at the top of the Ligat ha"Al.

In Belgium, Daylon Claasen should take to the pitch for Lierse, while Anele Ngongca and Darren Keet will also feature in Belgian PRO League action this weekend.

Bongani Khumalo will hope to secure a starting berth for PAOK this weekend in order to prove he has what it takes after being cut from the Bafana Bafana squad this week.