Matsatsantsa’s last game saw them claim a 2-1 win over Orlando Pirates in the PSL, with Mame Niang and Dino Ndlovu making sure that Happy Jele’s late equaliser didn’t count for anything.
SuperSport now welcome AmaZulu to Lucas Moripe Stadium tomorrow night as they look to move up to second place in the Absa Premiership, and within seven points of current leaders, Kaizer Chiefs.
Following that game, Cavin Johnson’s team will now take on Tuks on January 31, the same day that Chiefs travel to Moroka Swallows.
Johnson’s side could have a busy schedule ahead of them over the next few weeks, with the side partaking in the PSL, Nedbank Cup and CAF Confederation Cup, and it could be that the PSL is trying to free up some of their time later in the season, should they manage to progress in their continental adventure.
SuperSport’s CCC campaign will start next month when they host Botswana’s Gaborone United on the weekend of the 7th, before travelling to Gaborone for the return leg a week later.