Scoring away from home has not been a problem for Pirates in the Confederation Cup this year.
Africa has to swiftly whittle down the number of competitors from 54 nations to 20 in the space of two months.
With almost one-third of the season gone, two players from Southampton and two from Leicester City make our side.
There is increasing resentment against Manchester United’s methodical style of play but the Dutchman does not bend for anyone.
How Chelsea’ season would benefit from more glimpses of rhythm and bite from their chief attacking quarterback.
After they unexpectedly humbled Amakhosi last week, the return match and the African Confederation Cup final await the Buccaneers.
Most derbies have been snore fests, but this Saturday has the potential to break the mould and finally deliver the kind of excitement the crowds seek.
A list of issues that await Jürgen Klopp, if he accepts the invitation.
Wenger has presided over 177 games in Europe's elite competition yet Arsenal keep slipping on the banana skins put before them.
If Bucs play with attacking flair in Egypt on Sunday they could beat Al-Ahli.
On the verge of breaking several scoring records, does the England striker deserve more acclaim?
On paper, Mashaba's men should win but this is a tie fraught with potential pitfalls, not least those of South Africa's own making.
Pirates' attitude sits as a large anomaly where other Premier Soccer League (PSL) teams should regularly be in the line for honours.
The team offer their opponents much more midfield space, a chance to dominate them in the centre of the field and a defence that has looked rickety.
The PSL clubs with the deepest pockets promise to be the stars but history is a lesson in caution.
Egypt's Zamalek come to town to face a Pirates side that has excelled in recent African matches.
The PSL transfer window opens next week and some clubs will be looking abroad for new players.
Manchester City coach Manuel Pellegrini has started the mind games early for next season by attacking his Chelsea rival.
After two decades of using expat coaches, Amakhosi have finally opted for a local. Can Komphela deliver?