The Premiere Soccer League (PSL) will return this coming Wednesday for midweek action following a weekend packed with action.
However only six teams will be in action this midweek, starting from Wednesday to Thursday.
Stellenbosch FC vs Marumo Gallants.
The game is scheduled this coming Wednesday, kickoff at 15:30.
The Stellies will be looking to get back to winning ways after playing a draw on their previous game and most importantly the club will be looking to maintain their unbeaten run in the league this season.
On the other side Gallants will be looking for ways to get out of the relegation zone.
The club sits on position 15 in the log table with three points after playing six games.
Sekhukhune United vs AmaZulu FC.
The game is scheduled on Wednesday kickoff at 17:30.
Both sides will head to the game desperate for three points to cement their spots in the top eight.
Sekhukhune will be hoping to reclaim their top five position and possible go to the third position after they slipped to sixth position yesterday following Chiefs win over Supersport.
The club has collected 11 points in seven games which is not bad for a team that just arrived in the top flight football this season.
Usuthu are at a risk of bowing out of the top eight and a victory on Wednesday will secure their spot in the top eight.
Orlando Pirates vs Royal AM
The game is scheduled this coming Thursday kickoff at 17:30.
The Buccaneers will return to the domestic league after progressing to the next round of CAF Confederations Cup over the weekend.
Pirates has started the season on a poor start and the club has not won a league game in three matches and will be looking to bounce back with Royal AM.
However Royal AM will not sit back as they will also be looking to close the gap from Sundowns at the summit of the log table.
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