Preview - AmaZulu v SuperSport United
SuperSport United Communications Manager David Skosana is positive that his team will beat AmaZulu when the two teams meet in a Castle Premiership match on Sunday afternoon.
"The team put in some tenacious performances in our last three matches and managed to secure seven points," Skosana told the club's official website.
He added: "We punished the likes of Kaizer Chiefs, Moroka Swallows and shared a point each with Jomo Cosmos after our goalless draw before we went into the festive season recess. That is why we are in the top-five bracket at the moment - but it wasn't an easy task.
"The league marathon is now wide opened for all the teams in the top half of the table and for us to be in the top-three bracket, we need consistency.
"Our opponents [AmaZulu] are still reeling from a 4-0 defeat by Mamelodi Sundowns and the loss put them on the bottom of the table. We are very cautious on that score as we will be facing wounded tigers in their own territory."
Meanwhile, AmaZulu will be hoping that new signings Bennett Mnguni and Lucky Mzizi will play a crucial role in their quest to avoid the dreaded relegation drop.
Mnguni and Mzizi are on loan from Sundowns and Chiefs, respectively, until the end of the season.