PROGRESS and East London team Winter Rose are on a collision course tomorrow when they clash in the Eastern Super 12 club rugby competition in Uitenhage (3.30pm).
After two rounds, the teams are setting the pace in Group B and it will be interesting to see if Winter Rose can lower the home team's colours in their own backyard.
Winning away from home is often the key to success in these sorts of competitions, but if Progress can stay unbeaten, they will take a big step forward to the quarterfinals.
The top four teams in each group will qualify for the last eight playoffs.
PE SAPS will be aiming to get their campaign off the ground after an opening loss to Progress, going down 20-15.
The PE side fought back well in that match, but will not want to make the same mistake of trying to play catch-up rugby against the Grahamstown Brumbies.
In Group A, Harlequins will be looking to build their momentum when they take on Park after a hard-fought 9-6 win over Gardens last weekend.
The Park outfit suffered an opening loss to Gardens, which suggests Harlequins might be the favourites, but there should be no complacency from the home team.