Maritzburg United have made Friday night football enjoyable in KwaZulu-Natal as they have made Harry Gwala Stadium a very tough place to collect points.
Tonight the Team of Choice host Bloemfontein Celtic, a team that is capable of spoiling the party, in another Absa Premiership match.
United striker Judas Moseamedi says their good home record has contributed a lot to their confidence and whenever they play at Harry Gwala they think about victory more than anything.
"Nah there's no pressure, you know whenever we play here on Fridays we always think about celebrating victory with the supporters, we are not thinking about anything besides the win," Moseamedi said.
Besides their recent good form, Maritzburg strikers are struggling for goals and Moseamedi admits they have been lacking up front, and there is pressure to deliver.
"I think converting chances can benefit us a lot if we work more on that. We as strikers are judged by goals and there's pressure when we don't score."
Off-season loan signing Jeremy Brockie has still not opened his scoring account for the club.