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AmaZulu v Bloemfontein Celtic

High-flying Bloemfontein Celtic will be favourites to collect maximum points in their Premiership clash away to AmaZulu on Wednesday evening.

Celtic go into the game sitting pretty in fourth spot, having won six of their 12 games played and only suffering three defeats along the way, while they are only three points behind league leaders Orlando Pirates.

AmaZulu, on the other hand, are firmly entrenched in a relegation battle after collecting just 10 points from their 12 matches to sit 13th in the standings.

Under the guidance of coach Steve Komphela, Siwelele have become stubborn in defence that has seen them only concede eight goals so far this season.

While the signs might be ominous for Usuthu, midfielder Samuel Darpoh said: "We fight for each other. At training we are all happy, we are full of love, that has helped us move up."

When quizzed about the game against Celtic, Darpoh added: "They are a good team. They play good football, they hold the ball and move it around. We have done well at home this season, this is going to be a good game."

A victory for AmaZulu at the King Zwelithini Stadium could see them jump as high as 10th in the table.