Chiefs bullish ahead of league match
Amakhosi are on a 4-match unbeaten run & are in no mood to let the winning end.
Amakhosi are currently on a four match unbeaten run and are in no mood to let the winning end at the FNB Stadium.
The team has a clean bill of health ahead of the clash apart from the players who are out with long term injuries.
Chiefs corporate and communications manager Vina Maphosa says the team is hitting their straps.
"The midfielders are not only banging in the goals but they are beautiful goals. (George) Maluleka scored a brace in the last game, George Lebese has already scored a goal, (Mandla) Masango has already go three in the back and (Reneilwe) Letsholonyane has got two already. I think we are on top of our game."
However, Chiefs mustn't think that Celtic are going to be a walk over.
The Free State team believe and early strike will settle the game against Chiefs.
Celtic on the other hand, has just lost one competitive game and drew their two league matches.
The other game of the night sees Ajax Cape Town travel to the Peter Mokaba Stadium to take on Polokwane City.
Ajax beat Mamelodi Sundowns during their previous league game and they will be hoping the young team can carry the confidence for the long trip up north.
The Cape side weren't good travellers last season as they only won two games away from home, a trend coach Roger de Sa will not want to continue.
De SA has had to shuffle his back four due to injury and suspension in their first two games but they managed not to concede any goals.
He says he isn't keen on juggling the defence so Abubakar Mobara could drop into the midfield to makes things tighter...
"If you go back throughout his career as junior at Ajax. he was always a centre-back. When you ask a player what is your favourite position and he tells you 'I am a centre-back coach' then you are tempted to play him where he is comfortable and where he is good."
Kick-off for both fixtures is at 19:30.