The Dstv Premiership makes a return with thrilling fixtures were teams will be contesting for maximum points.
Some teams will be looking to close gap in Sundowns while others will look to save thier skins from the relegation in the second leg of the log.
A top encounter of them all will be tittle chasers SuperSport United visit the Durban side Amazulu Football Club with the hope to end thier winless streak and close in on log leaders.
Usuthu come to the encore wounded after thier exit in the Nedbank Cup last 16 and will look to patch thier wounds against SSU.
Another fixtures will see the Sea Robbers Orlando Pirates look to keep thier tittle hopes when they face Bloemfontein Celtic who are desperately looking for a win.
Maritzburg United have been underperforming and thier coach is on the edge of being exed to the team after failing to keep them team out the relegation and thier exit in the Nedbank Cup.
All fixtures will kickoff at 17:00 with teams set to cancel each other and the better teams will walk away with points in the bag.
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