The 2018/19 Premier Soccer League (PSL) action will continue on Sunday with three games taking place.
Matsatsatsa are heading into the clash having booked their place in the Telkom Knockout Cup quarter-finals after beating Polokwane City away last weekend.
They are placed sixth on the league standings having drawn 0-0 with Baroka FC away in their previous game in the competition a fortnight ago.
A victory over Arrows will take SuperSport to third spot on the standings.
Matsatsantsa head coach Eric Tinkler will look to Thuso Phala, who scored against Polokwane City last weekend.
The three-time PSL champions will take on an Arrows side which is coming off a 1-1 draw with Free State Stars away in midweek.
The draw left Abafana Bes'thende placed 10th on the league standings having failed to win their last two games in all competitions.
They will move into the top eight if they secure a victory against Matsatsantsa in Mpumalanga.
Nkanyiso Cele, who scored in midweek for Arrows, will be hoping to score again and help Clinton Larsen's side win.
Phunya Sele Sele were dumped out of the Telkom Knockout after losing to Mamelodi Sundowns away in the round of 16 match last weekend.
They are placed seventh on the league standings having succumbed to a 2-0 defeat to Free State Stars away in their previous match in the competition two weeks ago.
A victory over Baroka could take Celtic to third place on the standings.
Celtic will take on a motivated Baroka side which advanced to the Telkom Knockout quarter-finals after defeating Arrows at home in a round of 16 match last weekend.
Bakgaga are placed 15th on the league standings having drawn 0-0 with SuperSport in their last game in the competition two weeks ago.
Celtic head coach Steve Komphela will be hoping that Ndumiso Mabena regains his scoring form and helps the team win.
They will move away from the relegation zone if they overcome Celtic.
Baroka head coach Wedson Nyirenda will look to his key player, Talent Chawapiwa, who inspired the team to victory against Arrows.
Lastly, Leopards will lock horns with Free State Stars at the Thohoyandou Stadium in the Limpopo Province.
Lidoda Duvha are hoping to return to winning ways after losing to Kaizer Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout round of 16 match last weekend.
They are placed 13th on the league standings having suffered a 1-0 defeat to Arrows away in their last game in the competition.
Lidoda Duvha will move into the top 10 if they secure a win over Stars.
Phathutshedzo Nange has been in good form for Leopards and he will look to inspire Joel Masutha's side to victory at home.
Leopards will lock horns on a Stars side which played to a 1-1 draw with Arrows at home in a league game in midweek.
The draw left Ea Lla Koto placed eighth on the league standings having failed to win their last two games in all competitions.
Judas Moseamedi, who netted against Arrows in midweek, will be keen to score again and help Luc Eymael's side win in Limpopo.
A victory for Stars over Leopards will take them to fourth place
|Match Number||Fixture||Date||Venue||Kick-off Time||TV channel|
|1||SuperSport United vs. Golden Arrows||Oct 02||Mbombela Stadium||15:30pm||SABC 1|
|2||Bloemfontein Celtic vs. Baroka FC||Oct 02||Dr Molemela Stadium||15:30pm||SS4|
|3||Black Leopards vs. Free State Stars||Oct 02||Thohoyandou Stadium||15:30pm||N/A|