Two Premier Soccer League (PSL) matches are scheduled to be played on Sunday afternoon and both games will kick-off at 15h30.
An improved Chippa United side will take on a wounded SuperSport United side at the Siza Dukashe Stadium in the Eastern Cape Province.
The Chilli Boys are heading into this encounter undefeated in their last four league matches including their recent 1-1 draw with Lamontville Golden Arrows at home.
As a result, Chippa are placed 14th on the league standings - three points behind 11th-placed AmaZulu FC, but the former have a game in hand.
Clinton Larsen will be hoping to guide the Chilli Boys to a victory which would see his side move further away from the relegation zone.
They will face a SuperSport side who succumbed to a surprise 2-1 home defeat against Baroka FC which ended their three-match unbeaten run in the league.
Matsatsantsa are placed sixth on the league standings and they are only behind fifth-placed Kaizer Chiefs on goal-difference.
A victory over Chippa will see Kaitano Tembo's side move to fifth spot - three points behind third-placed Bidvest Wits with eight matches left.
SuperSport beat Chippa 2-1 at the Lucas Moripe Stadium earlier this season.
At the Peter Mokaba Stadium in the Limpopo Province, a rejuvenated Baroka FC side will play host to their provincial rivals Polokwane City.
Bakgaga's 2-1 victory over SuperSport ended their five-match winless run in the league having recorded four successive draws and a defeat.
The reigning Telkom Knockout Cup champions are currently placed 13th on the league standings - a point above the relegation play-off spot.
Wedson Nyirenda will be keen to mastermind a victory over Polokwane City which would see Baroka boost their chances of retaining their status in the elite.
They will face off with a struggling Polokwane City side, who extended their winless run to five matches in the league when they drew 1-1 with Kaizer Chiefs at home.
Rise and Shine are placed eighth on the league standings - three points above ninth-placed Highlands Park, but the former have two games in hand.
A win in the Limpopo Derby against Baroka will see Polokwane City cement their place in the top eight.
Polokwane City secured a 2-0 win over Baroka at the Peter Mokaba Stadium earlier this season.