So predicts Arrows defender Musa Bilankulu ahead of the clash set for King Zwelithini Stadium this weekend.
“As they have managed to get a first win, Celtic will come out looking for another three points, but we are aware of the danger they will pose.
“We are back from a good win against Moroka Swallows and being current leaders on the log and playing in front of our supporters will motivate us to work harder for the three points. But it is going to be tough,” says Bilankulu.
The defender from Jozi praised the combination of strikers Richard Henyekane and Zambian Francis Kombe.
“These two will kill many teams this season. They have interesting dynamics.”
If this weekend’s match were compared to a boxing match, the ‘tale of the tape’ would not read so well for Mich D’Avary’s men.
Abafana Bes’thende are the league’s top goalscorers hitting the back of the net 14 times thus far and the men from Bloemfontein have the poorest goal scoring record only netting four goals.
Manqoba Mngqithi’s men have one of the best defensive records only being breached five times and although Celtic do not have the worst defensive record, they have conceded nine goals.
Furthermore, the team from Lamontville have won five league games and are yet to lose a game; they are the only side in the league still undefeated.
Phunya Sele Sele, on the other hand, has only won one match and lost five thus far in the league.
Arrows striker Richard Henyekane has scored more goals by himself than Celtic have scored in total.
Henyekane is currently the league’s joint top scorer with seven goals.
In a game that sees a heavy-weight face off against a light-weight not many would have their money on Celtic.
However, statistics speak a different tune. In their previous ten encounters, Phunya Sele Sele have won double the amount of games Arrows have won and four have been drawn.
Arrows have only ever beaten Celtic on two occasions. Once in the corresponding fixture last season, but before that they had not won a game against them in seven years.