Today's games started with Golden Arrows taking on Bloemfontein Celtic in the hope to close the gap in their pursuits for the PSL title.But it was Bloemfontein Celtic that has nothing left to play for that were more hungry and determined to win.Their efforts were rewarded in the 34th minute when Letsoalo gave Bloemfontein Celtic a well-deserved lead.
The Team of Choice pulled off a brazen however truly necessary 3-2 DStv Premiership prevail upon common opponents Lamontville Golden Arrows to escape the assignment zone and essentially improve their odds of keeping away from programmed transfer or the end of the season games.With this success, Maritzburg moved to twelfth spot and they currently enjoy a slight benefit of a game close by over Stellenbosch, Chippa United and Black Leopards who are on the base portion of the table.
DStv Premiership Result: Golden Arrows 1-1 Bloemfontein Celtic Date: 11 April 2021 Scene: Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium Brilliant Arrows botched the opportunity to move second on the DStv Premiership table, after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Bloemfontein Celtic on Sunday evening.Bolts rolled out two improvements from the draw with Swallows, as Lindokuhle Mtshali and Knox Mutizwa were reviewed while Celtic were unaltered from the side that beat TS Galaxy, with Menzi Masuku and Ndumiso Mabena flanking Victor Letsoalo forthright.
Golden Arrows will lock horns with Orlando Pirates in the Dstv Premiership match at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium on Tuesday afternoon. Golden Arrows returned to winning ways after their first defeat in the league by Cape Town City. Arrows came from behind to claim a win over KwaZulu-Natal rivals Maritzburg United last weekend , with goals from Lindokuhle Mtshali and Knox Mutizwa. Abafana besthende have a good home record - as they have claimed 15 points at home this season , and they remain unbeaten at home this season.
Sage Stephens entered instead of Lee Langeveldt in the house side's objective, while Lindokuhle Mtshali and Danny Phiri came in as Arrows' two changes from the misfortune to AmaZulu in the Nedbank Cup. Abafana Besthende hit the front in the initial 15 minutes when helpless control from Sandile Mthethwa permitted Pule Mmodi to sneak in and twist into the base corner. Speedy between change of passes from the host somewhat later almost prompted the equalizer, however Stanley Dimgba neglected to benefit with