The Dstv Premier Soccer League returns with two top-class fixtures that will see fans edge of their seat as they want to witness their teams claim maximum points.
The opening fixture will see the Durban side Maritzburg United (Team of Choice) vs struggling Ts Galaxy Football Club, team of choice managed to steal a point against Orlando Pirates when they were 10 men down after Brandon Theron was sent to an early shower with a red card in a goalless draw.
Both teams have not been grinding reaults in the league and which also led the Rockets TS Galaxy part ways with thier coach Owen Da Gama and Shaun Bartlet in past weeks.
M United whill want to grab maximum points as they seek to add salt on wounded TS Galaxy.
The second and final fixture will witness Citizens Cape Town City hope to claim maximum points against bruised side Golden Arrows who lost to Mamelodi Sundowns at home.
Arrows failed to bury their chance against Sundowns which saw them leak their wounds after the referee final whistles but Seema will look to make amends and get goals that will earn them a victory.
CT City also wants to claim their third win after only securing six points in the league and find themselves in unfamiliar territory bottom half of the log.
Spectators will be highly glancly looking at the two fixtures on who will see the outcome of these fixtures.
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