The Premiere Soccer League (PSL) will return this afternoon with the weekend DStv premiership fixtures.
We look at the log table before the exciting action that will take place between Saturday and Sunday.
Mamelodi Sundowns are still unshaken at the top with 30 points collected and the club is eight points clear on top of the log table.
The club will be aiming to make it 11 points clear on top of the table when they travel to face Stellenbosch FC this evening.
Kaizer Chiefs who are facing a crisis of Covid-19 are on a second position with 22 points.
The club will be looking to close the gap to five points when they host Cape Town City this evening at 18:00.
However it remains to be seen on whether the game will go ahead as Chiefs released a statement on Friday afternoon that they will not be able to honour the game after the club was hit by the outbreak of Covid-19 in their camp.
Royal AM are on third position and the club will be gunning for the second spot when they come up against Amazulu.
Stellenbosch dropped all the way to the fourth position after the club lost back to back games.
Sekhukhune United are on fifth position and the club will be aiming to climb the log table when they come up against Supersport sunday who are occupying the sixth spot.
Orlando Pirates remained unshaken on seventh position with 19 points after 13 games.
Amazulu will be aiming to go all the way to 20 points this afternoon when the club come up against Royal AM in a Kwazulu natal Derby.
Cape Town City are on tenth spot and the club will be hoping for a walkover win this evening against Chiefs that could get the club inside of the top eight in the log table above Usuthu.
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