The Premier Soccer League affirmed on Monday that the Sea Robbers will complete their season on 1 June because of their support in the Caf Confederation Cup last this Friday.
The Buccaneers will play Moroccan side Berkane in the decider at Godswill Akpabio Stadium in Uyo, Nigeria on Friday.
The match against Maritzburg United has been rescheduled for 25 May at Orlando Stadium at 7:30pm. While the apparatus against Royal AM at Chatsworth Stadium will presently occur on 29 May at 3pm and the game against SuperSport United, at first booked for this Saturday, will currently happen on 1 June at Lucas Moripe Stadium at 7:30pm.
Luckily for the association, Pirates' leftover games will altogether affect the log standings with the heroes previously delegated and the assignment fight set to possibly be chosen without the groups the Soweto goliaths actually need to play.
While Maritzburg are likewise associated with the assignment scrap, they could be protected this end of the week on the off chance that one of Baroka, Swallows or TS Galaxy face programmed transfer and one partakes in the end of the season games.
Saturday's apparatuses (all openers at 3pm)
Maritzburg vs Baroka, Harry Gwala; Chiefs versus Swallows, FNB; Stellenbosch versus CPT City, Danie Craven; AmaZulu versus Arrows, Moses Mabhida, Chippa versus Galaxy, Nelson Mandela Bay; Gallants versus Sekhukhune, Peter Mokaba; Royal versus Sundowns, Chatsworth.
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