Orlando Pirates are targeting all three points against Bloemfontein Celtic as they aim to get their Absa Premiership campaign back on track.
Bucs dropped three points in their loss against Bidvest Wits on Wednesday evening, with Coach Milutin Sredojevic and the team now shifting their focus to their weekend’s match against Celtic in the Free State.
Musa Nyatama missed last weekend’s MTN8 loss to SuperSport United, though made a return Sredojevic’s line-up against The Students, and according to the central midfielder, the trip to the Free State is an opportunity to for them to regain their momentum.
“It always feels good to be back in the team but to be on the losing side is a sad thing. You can have 80% of ball possession but not winning the game is not something that is easy to take.
"We still have to trust our process. We are in a process and that’s the only thing – keep going and work hard and I’m sure we’ll get something in Bloemfontein. We’ve got a game on Sunday. We just have to lift our heads up and soldier on,” said Nyatama after the mid-week loss to Wits.