The Premiere Soccer League will return this midweek with some exciting fixtures set to take place from Tuesday to Wednesday.
However only MTN8 fixtures will take place this midweek and no DStv premiership games will be in action.
Mamelodi Sundowns will host Golden Arrows at Lucas Moripe Stadium this evening at 18:00.
The two sides will be meeting for a second leg in the MTN8 semifinals after they played to a 1-1 draw in the first leg.
Sundowns will head to the game with a huge advantage of away goal and the Tshwane based outfit will be looking to capitalise on that.
Arrows will be looking to turn things around but not things are all lost for the KwaZulu natal based outfit.
On Wednesday Swallows FC will host Cape Town City at Dobsonville Stadium for the MTN8 semifinal second leg clash kickoff scheduled at 18:00.
The first leg ended up as a goalless draw and Swallows will have an advantage of home ground going to tomorrow's encounter.
If the game end up as a goalless draw again tomorrow it will go on penalties and the winner will face the winner between Sundowns and Arrows.
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