POLOKWANE : Two struggling sides in the DStv Premiership go head to head this afternoon, looking for points that will take them away from the relegation zone.
Kick off is scheduled at 17 : 15
The home side welcome Galaxy, who are recently showing sings of turning the corner following the arrival of Sead Ramovic.
The Mpumalanga side are currently out of the bottom two and will be looking to build on climbing up the table.
The Rockets travel to Polokwane at the back of an impress 2 - 2 draw with Cape Town City at the Mbombela Stadium over the weekend.
The draw was enough for the Mpumalanga outfit to move a point away from the dangerous bottom two spots.
What is more comforting for Galaxy is the ability to score goals since the arrival of the new coach, something that has seen them go two games unbeaten heading to today's clash.
For Gallants, the pressure will be on them to raise the standard and collect maximum points at their home turf.
Bahlabane Ba Ntwa are 15th on the table will be well aware of the significance of getting three points this evening.
Despite coming from a Total Energies CAF Confederation Cup clash against TP Mazembe, Gallants will know that they will have to pick up three points as games are coming in thick and fast.
The Polokwane side, who have now roped in former TS Galaxy coach in Dan Malesela will be looking to play and win for him as he is currently in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19 last Friday, as reported by Rayon Media Sports
If Gallants manage to get a victory in Polokwane this evening, they will be able to go above TS Galaxy and Chippa United to 12th position with 11 points.
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