The second Absa Premiership Tshwane derby will be underway tomorrow, April 19, where it could be either a replay of events for Mamelodi Sundowns or a game of revenge for SuperSport United.
Click through the gallery to view images of last week’s Tshwane derby clash
The Brazilians hosted their cross-city rivals at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium last week, April 13, where Head Coach Pitso Mosimane’s side ended their winless run with a 5-0 thumping of SuperSport.
Apart from Clayton Daniel’s own goal, strikes from Themba Zwane, Mzikayise Mashaba and Khama Billiat saw Masandawana claim maximum points while improving their position on the league standings as they aim to catch up with log-leaders, Cape Town City.
Now, the two Tshwane giants will lock horns once again, when Head Coach Stuart Baxter’s side host Sundowns at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Wednesday, April 19.
SuperSport, who still have two games in hand, were forced to give up their place in the top four of the Absa Premiership standings, as Masandawana moved above their neighbours with a four-point advantage.
However, the Tshwane derby will not be the only top of the table clash, City and Bidvest Wits will also be going head-to-head tomorrow at the Cape Town Stadium, April 19, as the fight goes on for the number one spot on the league standings.