After winning their last game, we take a look at Orlando Pirates' next five fixtures.
So far the Buccaneers have played a total of four games and the club will be playing their fifth game this weekend.
Out of all the four games played so far this season, the club have won two games, lost once and drew once.
The Buccaneers have collected a total of seven points so far this season and the club sit on fourth place in the log table.
The Buccaneers will visit SSU this weekend at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday 21 August kickoff at 17:30.
Pirates will be searching for a win that could take the club to the top of the log table, as a win will take the Mayfair based side to ten points.
Meanwhile the home side will be searching for their first win of the season after having a poor start to the season.
Vs Marumo Gallants
The Buccaneers will be back in action again on Wednesday 24 August at Orlando Stadium when the club host Gallants at 19:30.
Pirates will be back in action again on Saturday 27 August when the club visit to face the KwaZulu Natal side RAM for the quarterfinals of the MTN8.
The two sides have already met in the league where Pirates claimed a narrow win of 1-0 and the Buccaneers will be looking to overcome RAM to advance to the semifinals of the MTN8.
The game will kickoff at 18:00.
On 4 September, Pirates will visit to KZN again for their league against th Team of choice.
The game will kickoff at 17:30 and end in the evening of that particular day.
Vs TS Galaxy
The Buccaneers will be back at home on 10 September when the club host Galaxy at Orlando Stadium kickoff at 17:30.
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