Here's where and how you can catch tonight's pivotal DStv Premiership match between Orlando Pirates and Stellenbosch FC online.
The game pits the Buccaneers against Stellenbosch FC, who were arguably the season's biggest surprise.
Jose Riveiro's squad got off to a winning start this season with a 1-0 victory over the rival Swallows, due to a goal from rookie forward Bienvenu Eva Nga.
While Marumo Gallants came away with nothing from their road match against Stellenbosch, the team earned a point thanks to a scoreless draw.
Here you can see what's happening right now at Danie Craven Stadium.
The game is also available live on DStv Now, a product of Multichoice. A registration process is necessary.
"Every facet of our operation receives our full focus. The idea is, I want to constantly get to the end of the game and be in this position talking about the opportunities we failed to take because it shows the strategy was successful." Quote from an interview on TimesLive with Jose Riveiro.
"Everybody just did what they wanted to do in the game. Especially in the first half, today was the first time this has ever happened.
"Different opportunities presented themselves in the second half. We saw more sudden assaults and shifts in strategy.
"The Orlando Pirates haven't been the team we've hoped they'd be all year, but I think the first half could give you a glimpse of what's to come.
"Obviously, I'd like to improve my goal-scoring and confidence in the final ten minutes of games.
If we keep taking chances like this, it's certain that we'll succeed eventually (we will score goals). We will surely have multiple goals.
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