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PSL Mid Week Fixtures - Orlando Pirates Back in Action

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) will return with DStv premiership mid week games.

The games will take place between Monday 23 May and Tuesday 24 May.

Some of the teams will be playing their last games of the season this week.

We look at all the games that are set to take place this mid week.

Royal AM vs Mamelodi Sundowns

The game had to be postponed on Saturday afternoon due to heavy rainfall and it was rescheduled.

The game will now be played today Monday 23 May kickoff at 15:00.

Royal AM will be looking to keep their top two finish hopes alive especially that Cape Town City dropped points on Saturday after losing to Stellenbosch.

RAM only need a total of four points in their two remaining games to secure the top two finish.

However it will not be easy for the Kwazulu Natal side as they are still yet to play against Orlando Pirates who are also gunning for that top two finish.

Meanwhile Sundowns will be just playing for fun after securing the league title long time ago.

The Brazilians will finally have their league trophy this afternoon after their last game of the season against RAM.

AmaZulu vs Golden Arrows

The game was also postponed on Saturday due to heavy rainfall and it was also rescheduled.

Usuthu will be aiming to cement their place into the top eight meanwhile Arrows will also be looking for the top eight finish following inconsistent season the club had.

The game is scheduled on Tuesday 24 May kickoff at 15:00.

The two sides will be playing their last game of the season.

Orlando Pirates vs Maritzburg United

The Buccaneers will return to domestic action when the club host the team of choice at Orlando Stadium on Tuesday 24 May kickoff at 19:30.

Pirates will be looking to finish the season on second place and that can only happen if the club win all of their remaining three games.

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