NELSPRUIT : After recording their second victory of the season, TS Galaxy will be looking to mastermind yet another one when they welcome Cape Town City to the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit.
Kick off is scheduled for 15 : 30
Sead Ramovic outfit notched their second victory of the season when they defeated struggling Swallows 1 - 0 at the same venue last Sunday, a victory that took them off the foot of the log.
The Mpumalanga side will no doubt be looking to be in the winning mood when the Citizens come to town.
Now lying on 14th position with just 8 points, The Rockets will be targeting three more points and attempted to move away from the relegation zone.
Despite having 8 points and in 14th position, TS Galaxy have the same points as 15th placed Swallows and rock bottom Marumo Gallants, who have CAF Confederation Cup commitments this weekend.
Maximum points for the home side will be welcomed with open hands by chairman Tim Sukazi.
On the other side of the pitch, will be a Cape Town City side that still dreams of a top 8 entry and will be looking to attempt to break into the top 8 only with a victory in the City of Mbombela.
Coming of a credible draw against the log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns last week, Eric Tinker's charges will be confident of grabbing victory against Galaxy.
According to Rayon Media Sports, Cape Town City have played the least games this season and will be looking to take full advantage of the two game in hands which come with six points at hand.
The Citizens have managed to collect 13 points in ten games and will be aware of what six points could do for them if they manage to collect it all.
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