Cape Town City look to cement top 8 spot against SuperSport United

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Cape Town City will be at home against SuperSport United at three o’clock on Saturday. City are in seventh place with 27 points from 21 matches while Matsatsantsa a Pitori are fourth on the standings with 35 points after 21 encounters.

City will be looking to cement their position in the top eight by not dropping points at home.

At 5 o’clock on Saturday, TS Galaxy will take on Tshakuma Tsha Madzivhandila at the Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg.

Galaxy, who are in the top eight on the log, will be aiming to add to TTM’s misery.

The Limpopo-based outfit are in the relegation zone, second from the bottom of the standings with 16 points from 20 matches. However, a win will see them replace Chippa United in 14th position.

On Sunday, the high-flying Golden Arrows will host Bloemfontein Celtic at the Sugar Ray Xulu stadium in Clermont.

Arrows will be keen to hold onto second position with a victory at home.

Abafana Bes’thende, as Arrows are known, have lost only twice in this campaign, while Siwelele, who are in 11th place, have lost eight of their 21 matches. The Arrows-Celtic clash will kick off at 3 o’clock on Sunday. That will be followed by a 5 o’clock kick-off when Swallows FC and Black Leopards clash at the Dobsonville Stadium in Soweto.

Lidoda Duvha have been found wanting this season and are struggling to move away from the bottom of the standings.

They have collected just 13 points in 21 matches, conceding 36 goals in the process.

Leopards should expect yet another acid test when they go to the Dube Birds on Sunday.