The action doesn't end here in the Premier Soccer League and many football fans will see a lot of action this midweek. Four teams that participated in CAF club competitions are back for some local football action and they need to catch up before PSL games get stacked up. The PSL doesn't disappoint in terms of goals and eye-opening decisions by match officials. Image credit: Facebook
Stellenbosch FC starts the week against CAF-bound Marumo Gallants on Wednesday 27 October. The newly branded PSL side will be looking for their first win of the league campaign at the Danie Craven Stadium in Stellenbosch. CAF group stage qualifiers Amazulu FC visit the new PSL newcomers Sekhukhune United at the Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg in the late edition on Wednesday 27 October. Football fans will be hoping to see this big match between the new PSL entertainers and Soweto giants at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto. Mamkhize's boys, Royal AM visit struggling Orlando Pirates in Soweto on Thursday 28 October and the match will be broadcast on PSL official broadcaster, Supersport PSL (DStv Channel 202).
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