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PSL Log Table Before Weekend Games, See Kaizer Chiefs Position

We take a look at the standings before of this weekend's Premier Soccer League (PSL) play. 

This weekend, on the 21st of May, many clubs will play their final games of the season as they reach match day 30. 

This weekend, Mamelodi Sundowns will play their final game of the season against Orlando Pirates. 

Brazilians lead the league with 62 points, and they'll be presented with their trophy on Saturday, May 21, after securing the title this season. 

After match day 29, Cape Town City are in second place with 49 points. 

It's only a matter of time before the Citizens finish in the top two, and they're now within striking distance. 

With a victory over the likes of Royal AM, Kaizer Chiefs, and Orlando Pirates in their next match, the Citizens will have an advantage over their opponents. 

In the event of a City victory, the Chiefs and Pirates will both be eliminated from contention for the top two spots. 

The third-placed team, Royal AM, still has a game in hand over City, so they'll still be in the running. 

Currently, Amakhosi are in fourth place with 46 points after 29 matches. 

RAM and the Chiefs are tied in points, with the goal difference separating them. 

At the end of the 29th game, Stellenbosch FC is fifth in the table with 44 points. 

The team will be looking to finish in the top five when they face second-place CT City at the end of the season. 

Amazulu, now in sixth place, will be hoping to maintain their position this weekend. 

This weekend, Orlando Pirates will be absent from domestic competition as they compete in the CAF confederations cup, where they now lie in seventh place with 40 points. 

Relegation is out of the question for teams like Marumo Gallants, Chippa United, and Sekhukhune United. 

The likes of Maritzburg United (TS Galaxy), Swallows (Baroka), and TS Galaxy (Maritzburg United) are all fighting for survival.


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