As part of the midweek schedule, the Premier Soccer League will resume play this afternoon until tomorrow night, Tuesday 24 May.
It's the midweek break for several clubs, therefore there are just three games and six groups competing.
Before this week's games, we take a peek at the log table.
At the end of the 29th match, Mamelodi Sundowns lead the log standings with 62 points.
Today's encounter versus Royal AM will be the club's final chance to end the season with 65 points.
Before the game against RAM this afternoon, Sundowns will be presented with the league trophy they have already won.
Royal AM are currently in fifth place with a total of 46 points this season.
To qualify for the CAF competition next season, the team is aiming for a top-two finish this season.
The kwazulu natal side are only three points off of second-placed Cape Town City and may leapfrog them with a victory this afternoon, given their superior goal difference.
After match day 29, AmaZulu are in sixth place with 41 points.
On Tuesday, May 24, the team will play their final game of the season against Golden Arrows, aiming to improve their place on their current log.
With a total of 40 points, Orlando Pirates are currently in sixth place.
If the Buccaneers win all three of their remaining games, they will qualify for the CAF tournament next season, and they are also aiming for the top two finishes this season.
The Golden Arrows are now in ninth place, and they will be hoping to get into the top eight when they take on Amazulu.
Maritzburg United are now 12th in the South African Premier League and have previously avoided relegation.
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