Bloem Celtic v Sundowns
Bloemfontein Celtic will be aiming to avenge their MTN8 loss at the hands of Mamelodi Sundowns when the two sides renew hostilities in the Premiership on Wednesday evening.
Lehlohonolo Seema's men were defeated 3-1 by the reigning Premiership champions in the MTN8 quarter-finals, and went to record a goalless draw at Baroka in their next fixture.
Sundowns, meanwhile, will be high on confidence after a comfortable 4-0 triumph over Otoho d'Oyo in the CAF Champions League at the weekend, a result that secured a 5-2 aggregate victory and a place in the final qualifying round.
However, Downs were held to a 1-1 home draw by Cape Town City in their most recent Premiership encounter, leaving them with five points on the board following their first three league games.
Looking ahead to Wedn3esday's clash, Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane told reporters: "This league has become different because anyone can beat anyone.
"You can't go and say that you are going to win in Bloemfontein‚ it is not easy out there.
"Highlands Park beat Orlando Pirates but they went to Thohoyandou and the score was different.
"Chippa got a point from us but they went to Arrows and it was a different story.
"The football is unbelievable but it's the way it is."