Chippa were found not guilty by the PSL DC, after being accused by Blackburn Rovers of fielding an unregistered player, and now the focus is back on the pitch.
Thanda lost their opening game against Santos, and will be looking for maximum points at Athlone Stadium. KickOff.com spoke to Thanda team manager Peter Koutroulis, who admits a win for the Durban side is vital.
"We are ready to fight for three points. We lost the first game but we are still in it, we have three games left and we have to collect maximum points in all the games remaining," Koutroulis says.
Meanwhile, Chippa coach Roger Sikhakhane says he does not see Thanda as much of a threat in front of goal.
"Thanda are lazy to score goals – they win a lot of their matches 1-0," he tells the PSL's official website. "We score three, four goals, even away from home and that could be the difference between the teams."
Thanda are currently bottom of the three-team table with no points, but a win for them could take them level with Santos on three points. However the Cape side have a game in hand. Follow me on Twitter @Chris_Maq