Usuthu are still searching for that elusive first victory of the season, while Abafana Bes’thende are out to keep their unbeaten run at home intact.
Speaking after taking Arrows players through their drills in Durban yesterday, coach Steve Komphela explained why it is important for them to keep their winning run at home going.
“We need to keep pushing. If you win your home matches it gives you a great chance to finish in a respectable position on the log come the end of the season. It is also home to AmaZulu but it is also important to know your conditions, dressing-room and the field and then take advantage and use it, which is what we are doing,” Komphela said.
Arrows boast a 100% record at home after winning the two games they have played at Sugar Ray. They swept past Maritzburg United in their opening encounter and then brushed aside Chippa United the last time they played at home.