Ea Lla Koto and SuperSport United will be battling for a top eight finish when they meet at Goble Park.
Kick-off is at 3pm.
The three-times defending champions are sitting in position eight on the table, with 37 points, with Stars one place and two points behind them.
United need a draw to cement their place in the bracket, while the Bethlehem based side will have to win the match to oust United from the top eight.
Makola says Stars will attack from the first whistle, since they have nothing to lose.
“I hope they don’t just come here and pack the defence like they used to do when playing against us. However, we have worked towards that and we will push them until they commit mistakes,” he says.
Ea Lla Koto, however, have won just one of their last nine League games. They played to a 1-1 draw away to Platinum Stars in their last outing.
In contrast SuperSport have hit their best patch of form this season. Their 3-1 victory over Vasco da Gama was a third successive League win.
In head-to-head stats, Stars and SuperSport have met in 29 League games since 1991. Matsatsantsa have 10 wins to Stars’s eight, while 11 matches have ended in draws.
The teams have met twice this season: their League match ended 0-0, while Stars won 1-0 at home in a recent last 16 cup game.