Chippa head into the match in 12th place on the standings while Stars are bottom of the table and yet to claim a point from three games.
Moloi was confirmed as the Chilli Boys’ head coach on Thursday after the dismissal of Dan Malesela, who had won one and lost two matches this season, including a 3-1 midweek defeat to Baroka FC. Moloi formerly worked as an assistant to Malesela, and was also an assistant coach at Orlando Pirates.
On the opposing technical bench, Dikwena mentor Roger De Sa is set for his second match in charge since replacing Peter Butler.
De Sa’s opening action with Sitars resulted in a 2-0 defeat to SuperSport United on Tuesday, with the two goals conceded coming in the final 10 minutes of the game.
Last season’s corresponding game ended in a 2-1 win for Dikwena, with the return game in Port Elizabeth a 1-1 draw, while in 10 previous games, the North West side have won four and Chippa three.
Neither side has any suspensions nor any fresh injury concerns.
The match is scheduled to kick off at 20H15.