This weekend brings back the Premier Soccer League (PSL) and more thrilling DStv premiership matchups.
This weekend, from Friday, August 19th, to Sunday, August 21st, all teams will be competing.
Prior to this weekend's competition, we take a look at the log standings.
Richards Bay, the newcomers to the DStv Prem, have maintained their lead at the top of the log table through three rounds of play.
They've had a great start to the season, and now TS Galaxy are in second position.
The Rockets are tied for first position with the Richards Bay Sharks on the same number of points.
If the Rockets win their next game, they will take over first place in the standings.
Third-place Amazulu are looking to move up the standings when they return to action this weekend. They currently have seven points.
Following four games, Orlando Pirates are currently in fourth place, having amassed seven points.
It will be the Buccaneers' fifth game of the season this weekend, making them the only team in the top four to have played more games.
After three games, Mamelodi Sundowns have accumulated six points, good enough for fifth position.
The Brazilians have an opportunity to move up the standings this weekend against Sekhukhune United, another team in need of points.
The Royal AM are currently in sixth place with six points after four games; following two consecutive losses, the team will be trying to get back on track this weekend and move up the standings.
Having only won three of their first 16 matches, Kaizer Chiefs are currently in 12th place with just 3 points.
Both Golden Arrows and Cape Town City remain in the bottom two spots of the league's standings.
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