New SuperSport United coach Stuart Baxter will be targeting the first win of his tenure when Ajax Cape Town visit the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lucky Baloyi has called on the club's supporters to rally behind the team, as the defending champions are trying to close the gap between them and rivals Mamelodi Sundowns at the top.
Table-topping Mamelodi Sundowns face a tough test away to a resilient Free State Stars at the James Motlatsi Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Chippa United will be hoping to bounce back from consecutive defeats when they take on Jomo Cosmos at the Buffalo City Stadium on Saturday night.
Kaizer Chiefs will hoping to make it six points out of six when they host Premiership basement boys Maritzburg United at FNB Stadium on Saturday.
Kaizer Chiefs ended their two-game winless streak this week and they will hoping to make it six points out of six when they host Premiership basement boys Maritzburg United at FNB Stadium on Saturday.
Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Humphrey Mlwane believes Edward Manqele should be playing as the club's specialist number 10 and he should be aiming to be the Khama Billiat of Chiefs.
Ajax Cape Town have confirmed that they will not partake in this year's CAF Confederation Cup, citing safety reasons.
Golden Arrows will be out to end a three-match Premiership losing streak when they welcome Bidvest Wits to the Chatsworth Stadium on Saturday.
Second-placed Mpumalanga Black Aces will continue their pursuit of Mamelodi Sundowns at the top of the Premiership table when they welcome Bloemfontein Celtic to the Mbombela Stadium on Saturday.
AmaTuks head coach Shaun Bartlett is hoping that the midweek 2-2 draw against Free State Stars will renew his side's appetite for goals.
Botswana international Mogakolodi Ngele is expected to return from injury for Mamelodi Sundowns in the Premiership this coming weekend.
SuperSport United defender Clayton Daniels has applauded new coach Stuart Baxter for injecting a positive spirit in the team.
Bidvest Wits' new English striking sensation James Keene admits that he's played football at a higher level, but has enjoyed his time in South Africa thus far.
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