NFD : NFD League action resumes
The NFD league action resumes this coming weekend with log leaders Baroka FC hosting the wounded Amazulu FC in Polokwane.
5th placed Royal Eagles will host relegation threatened FC Cape Town in King Zwelithini Stadium. FC Capetown are currently second from the bottom with just 9 points from from 13 matches and will seek to revive their chances of playing in the NFD league next season by upsetting Royal Eagles in their backyard.
In Free State’s Charles Mopeli Stadium, African Warriors will entertain Milano United.
On form Emalahleni based Witbank Spurs welcomes 4th placed Cape Town All Stars in Middleburg’s Themba Senamela Stadium. A win for Cape Town All Stars will put them on ahead of Spurs on the log as spurs lead the tier of C.T All Stars and Mbombela with just 2 points. A day after, Mbombela will battle for 3 points against Vasco da Gama in Cape Town.
Struggling Moroka Swallows hosts Black Leopards in Dobsonville Stadium. The Dube birds are currently 14th on the log with 10 point from 13 games, having scored just 8 and conceded 22 goals so far this season whilst Leopards are 8th with 17 points.
6th placed Highlands Park travels to KZN’s Umthulaze Sports Complex for a date against Thanda Royal Zulu on sunday the 10th.