Bloemfontein Celtic will look to bounce back swiftly from their Wednesday night 1-0 defeat at the hands of championship-chasing side, Mamelodi Sundowns.
Phunya Sele Sele will host Wits in the Nedbank Cup quarterfinal on Sunday, to decide who progresses to the semi-finals.
Musa Bilankulu who is currently on loan at Celtic from Wits, spoke to Soccer Laduma, and expressed his disappointment of being unable to play for Siwelele against his parent club due to a clause in his contract.
“We were disappointed to lose so narrowly to Sundowns, but they were buoyed by the fact that they are chasing the league. We have turned our attention to the Nedbank match against Wits, and look to play well against them”, said Bilankulu.
“I’m disappointed I won’t be able to join my teammates out on the field to help them in the match as I’m currently contracted to Wits, but I know they will do well for the club”, added the defender.
Ernst Middendorp highlighted the importance of playing well at home after their defeat to Sundowns on Wednesday night.
“There’s not much you can do against the big clubs like Sundowns and Chiefs, you must do well against similar opposition when you play at home” said Middendorp.
Sunday's tie will get underway from the Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium at 15:00.