The Premier Soccer League (PSLDStv )'s premiership games resume this afternoon.
On August 16th and 17th, the competitions will be held.
This week there are only two games, both of which are on the schedule for the weekend.
In preparation for this week's midweek games, we review the log table.
Richards Bay, who are currently on a bye, have amassed seven points and sit atop the standings.
After the Rich lads, TS Galaxy is in second with seven points, and Amazulu is in third with seven points of their own.
As a result, Mamelodi Sundowns are currently in fourth place with six points.
After three rounds of play, Royal AM is in fifth place, with six points. They will be in action midweek.
The team's next game, against Orlando Pirates on Wednesday, is a chance to move up the standings.
After a win, RAM would have nine points, two more than the Rich guys and in first place in the log.
Also in action this midweek is Orlando Pirates, who are currently in ninth place in the log standings with four points after three rounds of play.
The Buccaneers will be traveling to take on Royal AM on Wednesday, August 17 in an effort to improve their standing in the standings as well.
In the event of a victory, the Pirates would earn seven points and, depending on the final score, would move to the top of the standings.
Maritzburg United, who play this week as well against Cape Town City, are in 13th place with just two points after three rounds of play.
As a result of their 0–8 record, City is dead last in the league's standings.
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