By FOCUS REPORTER
ENGEN Santos will look to improve their position in the Absa Premiership log when they host Bloemfontein Celtic tomorrow evening. Kick-off is at the Athlone Stadium is 7.30pm.
Santos are still healing their wounds after losing 1-0 away to relegation threatened Maritzburg United last Friday, and they will be looking forward to earn the much needed points to improve their position on the log.
Victory tomorrow for Santos who are loking for a revenge after losing 1-0 to Siwelele Sa Masele in the first round encounter will see them gain three points, which would place them only three points behind the Free State side.
As part of their campaign to plough back to the community they are serving, Engen has invited 90 learners and their 10 chaperones from Tallafah
Primary School to experience the excitement and entertaining football that will be on display in this match.
They will be transported to and from the stadium, specially catered for, allocated seating and receive.
Engen branded drawstring bags with water bottles and a packed pencil case. Engen supports the development of football and has started a
schools campaign that aims to re-ignite the football passion in local schools.
Said Santos chairman, Goolam Allie: “Top four has been what we always wanted, but the fact that we had a bad run in the last few games,
we are targeting to finish in the top 6 position. We need to start by
consolidating from this week onwards. "