Kaizer Chiefs PSL Arthur Zwane

Kaizer Chiefs boss Arthur Zwane looking cool in the heat. Image: @kaizerchiefs / Twitter

PSL score predictions: Kaizer Chiefs to drop points, Pirates run riot?

Kaizer Chiefs will see their winning streak come to an end in the PSL this weekend, but Orlando Pirates should cruise to three points.

Kaizer Chiefs PSL Arthur Zwane

Kaizer Chiefs boss Arthur Zwane looking cool in the heat. Image: @kaizerchiefs / Twitter

The PSL is back this weekend, and we’ve got score predictions for all six matches taking place on Saturday and Sunday. Here’s why we think Kaizer Chiefs will drop points and Orlando Pirates will claim a comfortable win.

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PSL predictions: Kaizer Chiefs will drop points, Pirates to win comfortably

  • Richards Bay 0-2 Orlando Pirates
  • Kaizer Chiefs 1-1 Stellenbosch
  • Chippa United 0-2 SuperSport United
  • AmaZulu 2-1 Swallows
  • Golden Arrows 0-0 Sekhukhune
  • TS Galaxy 1-0 Maritzburg United

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Orlando Pirates Saleng PSL
Bucs and Bafana man Monnapule Saleng. Photo: @orlandopirates / twitter

PSL score prediction rationales

We fancy Pirates to claim a workmanlike yet routine win at Richards Bay, whose form has fallen off a cliff. They were punching well above their weight in the first half of their debut campaign in the top-flight, but reality has caught up to them. They’ve lost five on the bounce. Stellenbosch have won four and lost none of their last five PSL encounters. They were the side which eventually halted Sundowns’ incredible winning run, and they’ll certainly make things difficult for Arthur Zwane and his team.

It’s going to be great to have the DStv Prem back on our screens and in our lives! What do you think of these score predictions?

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Mamelodi Sundowns Bafana Bafana
Sundowns fans basking in glory. Photo: Twitter @Masandawana

Meanwhile, hit up James Freemantle for more insights, analysis and love for the beautiful game.

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