TS Galaxy does not disappoint at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium in Clermont. The Rockets have enjoyed some good times at Sugar Ray in their previous visits at the venue in the past.
Next Wednesday, the club will lock horns with Lamontville Golden Arrows at Sugar Ray in a 2020-21 DSTv Premiership tussle that is scheduled to kick-off at 3pm.
The Rockets will be banking on their impressive record in Clermont. The last time Galaxy faced off against Abafana Bes’thende at the venue, the Premiership debutant emerged as 3-1 victors in a Nedbank Cup semi-final back in 2019.
In our first visit at the venue, we dispatched Happy Wanderers in the last-16 of the Nedbank Cup. The lads will be looking to pick up where they left off in 2019 when they take aim at Arrows on Wednesday.
Having succumbed to a defeat at the expense of Mamelodi Sundowns last week at home, Galaxy are determined to bounce back against Arrows as they look to cement their top eight place.
Arrows are no pushovers and the Rockets are aware of the task ahead of themselves. The Durban based club is in pole position to finish in the CAF places for next season while we are working diligently to finish in the top eight.
After 26 league matches, the Rockets are 8th on the league standings with 32 points.