Following a weekend packed with exciting action the DStv premiership will return this evening with midweek fixtures.
However only one game will be in play this midweek and the rest of the games will return this coming weekend.
Amazulu who did not take part in this weekend's League games will host Supersport United who also did not participate.
Usuthu were in honour of their CAF champions League clash which they lost it by 1-0 and they will be aiming to turn things around in the second leg.
The club is currently sitting on 15th position in the log table and they will be hoping for maximum points this evening to close the gap on Mamelodi Sundowns who are currently topping the log table.
Meanwhile Supersport United have a chance of going to the top if they manage a healthy victory.
However it will not be an easy game for the Tshwane based outfit as they are the visiting team.
SSU are currently sitting on 4th position with four points only a victory away from Sundowns who are on top of the table.
The game is scheduled this evening at 17:00.
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