FRESH from impressive victories in the opening games of the Eastern Cape Super 12 club rugby competition last weekend, Progress and Caltex Crusaders will look to make it two wins in as many matches when the Group B sides clash at St George’s tomorrow.
Progress will be more confident than their hosts as they managed to beat defending champions Harlequins last week in a physical encounter.
But Saders will also be high in confidence after getting bonus points against Old Collegians on the road.
Saders should not be underestimated. The match could be a thriller. In a race for the pole position in Group A, Kruisfontein will welcome Gardens at the Humansdorp Country Club.
Both sides convincingly won their games last week.
While Kruisfontein put African Bombers to the sword with a brilliant performance, Gardens triumphed over newcomers Walter Sisulu University (WSU) in Rosedale.
Kruisfontein had a tougher game than Gardens and will look to transfer their performance to tomorrow’s game.
In other games, WSU will host Cambridge at their East London Berlin main campus in Group A.
In Group B, Old Collegians will travel to the Sisa Dukashe Stadium in Mdantsane to play against Winter Rose.
Kick-off is at 3.30pm in all the games.