Following exciting action over the weekend, the Premiere Soccer League will return this midweek with more games starting from tomorrow Tuesday, 19 October.
However a total of two players including a coach will not be part of the action due to suspension.
The player was shown a red card on a game against Kaizer Chiefs before the FIFA International break where Gallants ended up playing a draw in that particular encounter.
The club is currently sitting on relegation zone in terms of the log standings and will be looking to climb up the table, however they will have to do it without Ngema who is serving two match suspension.
Another team that sits on relegation zone, TS Galaxy will host Amazulu tomorrow evening at 17:30.
The home side will miss the services of Marks Munyai.
The player was red- carded on a game against Royal AM on 26 September before FIFA break where the Rockets were trashed by 4-2.
The club is currently occupying the 16th position in the log table and will be looking for ways to climb up the table when they come up against a side that sits on 9th position.
Mamelodi Sundowns will also miss their senior coach Steve Komphela when they visit Golden Arrows on Wednesday at 15:30.
Komphela was suspended on a game against Swallows FC after he lost his temper and Sundowns won that game by 3-0.
The Brazilians will be looking to add more points and widen the gap at the summit of the log table.
The club remained on top of the table despite not playing any league games this weekend.
However Supersport United managed to close the gap to one point after defeating Baroka FC on Saturday.
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