On form Uganda Cranes and Richards Bay goalkeeper Salim Jamal Magoola has without a doubt been a revelation in the PSL with newly promoted KwaZulu Natal-based outfit Richards Bay FC.
The former Express and KCCA FC shot stopper who has managed 10 clean sheets in 14 games faces a stern test to stretch his record in the PSL on Friday.
Richards Bay FC will host table leaders and reigning league champions Mamelodi Sundowns also home to compatriot Dennis Onyango.
As the two size up in Kwazulu Natal, just like Jamal, Sundowns’ Ronwen Williams has kept 10 clean sheets in as many games.
So whichever goal minder wins the day with a clean sheet, will make it 11 in the first round of the campaign.
The “Natal Rich Boys” as they are fondly known have earned the ‘dark horses‘ tagline this season and occupy the third spot on the log with 26 points after 14 match days.
With seven wins, five draws and two loses along with scoring 12 goals and conceding only six, Magoola’s side have surprised many in the PSL.
Onyango’s side meanwhile are in devastating form winning their last five on the bounce and scoring 14 goals without conceding.
Masandawana is leading the chasing park on 34 points, seven clear of second-placed Supersport United.