The Premier Soccer League (PSL) will return this weekend with more exciting DStv premiership games.
All the teams will be in action this weekend between Friday 19 August and Sunday 21 August.
We take a look at the log standings before the action this weekend.
The DStv Prem newcomers, Richards Bay are still at the summit of the log table with seven points collected after match day three.
The Rich boys will be looking to extend the lead at top when the club visit to face Kaizer Chiefs this weekend.
TS Galaxy are on second place after having good start to the season.
The Rockets are on level points with the top placed Richards Bay separated by goal difference.
A win in their next game will get the Rockets to the top of the log table.
Amazulu are on third place after collecting seven points and the club will also be looking to climb up the log table when they return to action this weekend.
Orlando Pirates occupy the fourth place with seven points collected after playing four games so far this season.
The Buccaneers are the only team in the top four that have played more games and the club will play their fifth game of the season this weekend.
Mamelodi Sundowns are in fifth place after playing a total of three games with six points collected.
The Brazilians will be looking to climb to the top this weekend when the club play against Sekhukhune United who are also desperate for points.
Royal AM are on sixth place after playing four games with six points collected, the club will be looking to get back to winning ways and climb the log table this weekend after suffering two defeats in a row.
Kaizer Chiefs are on 12th place with three points collected after match day three.
Golden Arrows and Cape Town City are still stuck in relegation zone.
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