Cape Town teams Santos and Hellenic have had very contrasting starts to the season.
The People's Team currently find themselves in joint second position on the Castle Premiership log - having won three and drawn one of their five games.
Boebie Solomon's side have yet to find their full rhythm, but are still picking up points- which is always a good sign.
A huge bonus for Solomon has been the emergence of talented midfielder Marawaan Bantam. The 25-year-old has been on Santos' books for a couple of seasons now, but has really come into his own in the current campaign, having already scored three goals.
They will be up against an unknown quantity in Zulu Royals, who will be desperate to start picking up some points after a slow start to the season which has seen them win only one of their five games and has also witnessed the dismissal of their coach, Ramadhan Nsanzurino after their poor start.
The Durban-based team will be sure to put up a fight in front of their home fans, but the Cape team should have too much class and experience on the day and should come away with maximum points.
Hellenic, on the other hand, are currently languishing in last place on the league table, and will have to pull out all the stops if they are to walk away with any points after they clash with high flying Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday afternoon at the Athlone Stadium. (The match kicks off at 4.00pm and will be shown live on SABC 1).
Chiefs, will, as always, enjoy the majority of the support, even though it is an away clash, and on current form they look more than likely to add to the Greek God's woes.
Hellenic boss Elia Hadjidakis has given his team a four match ultimatum (they drew 0-0 to Cosmos in the first match since Hadjidakis issued his statement) to turn their season around or else the 'for sale' boards could be going up.
This should serve as more than adequate motivation to the players as their lively hoods will be on the line if the club is sold, and so this alone should make the match an intriguing affair.