Maritzburg United and Bloemfontein Celtic will meet for the second time in twelve days as they pair up for a domestic Absa Premiership match on Wednesday evening.
Maritzburg will host the match at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium with kick-off set for 19h30.
The two previously met in the Nedbank Cup, round of the last 32 on 2nd March, on the same ground in which the hosts came out 2-0 victors after a goalless 90 minutes of play; a result in which Celtic captain Thabo Nthethe felt disappointed in.
“Personally for me in losing the Nedbank Cup it was disappointing. We created many chances but we couldn’t finish any and they made us suffer.
“The game was good for the preparation of the league game as we saw their strong points. We have been working hard and we hope to get maximum points,” said Nthethe.
The defender underlined the taking of chances as vital in taking maximum points: “I think for this game we will have to take our chances because that is where we lost it and we can’t create chances and not take them. But this time we have been working on our finishing.
“I don’t think it will be for revenge, but more to get on the right track for the league and finish in our respective desired position which is to be in the top four.”
Thabani Stemmer made his first appearance in goal this season following Patrick Tignyemb’s absence due to