The Premier Soccer League will return this weekend with exciting DStv premiership action.
Amazulu will host the troubled Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday kickoff at 15:30.
Usuthu will be looking for their second win of the season after claiming their first victory against Baroka FC last week.
Amakhosi will also be looking for their second win after the club last won against Baroka FC before the FIFA break few weeks ago.
The rock bottom placed TS Galaxy will host Sekhukhune United on Saturday at 15:30.
The Rockets recently sacked their head coach Owen Da Gama and Shaun Bartlet will be in charge of the hot seat for the day.
The troubled Chippa United will host Supersport United on Saturday at 15:30.
Gavin Hunt will be looking to save his job after he has been tasting defeats left and right in recent times.
Later on Saturday at 17:00 Baroka FC will host the high flying Stellenbosch FC.
Cape Town City will host Orlando Pirates at 17:30.
On Sunday Golden Arrows will face Marumo Gallants at 15:30.
At the same time Royal AM will host Maritzburg United.
Last game of the weekend Mamelodi Sundowns will host Swallows FC at 17:30.
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