Moroka Swallows will be looking to make it two wins in a row in the DStv Premiership when they take on Moroka Swallows at the Dobsonville Stadium on Friday.
Kick-off is at 7:30 pm CAT.
Amaswaiswai emerged as a 2-0 winners over Stellenbosch FC away on September 19 and the win saw the Soweto giants bounce back to winning ways in the league.
Swallows are currently occupying the sixth spot on the DStv Premiership standings - three points behind third-placed SuperSport United, but the former have a better goal difference.
Meanwhile, AmaZulu extended their unbeaten run to three matches in the local top-flight when they drew 0-0 with Polokwane City away on September 25.
Usuthu find themselves placed eighth on the DStv Premiership standings - level on points with Swallows and both teams will be looking to climb up on the table a victory.
Swallows have no suspension concerns and the 1965 South African champions are yet to report any injuries ahead of this encounter.
AmaZulu, on the other hand, will welcome back Mbongeni Gumede from suspension and Ben Motshwari has been working on his fitness.
WHAT WAS SAID?
Moroka Swallows head coach Steve Komphela said after masterminding a win over Stellenbosch in the Western Cape.
"It was a nice match, but the highlight was for me is keeping a clean sheet," Komphela said.
"The goalkeepers, goalkeeping coach, and the entire technical team, they have been fighting hard that we need to keep a clean sheet. If you don't concede you won't lose a match.
"But above that scoring two goals, the weather was quite bad it was slippery. You learn that by bringing in the right type of equipment (players) we could have scored more goals. But we are delighted with the victory."
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