The Soweto Derby dominates the headlines in what is a busy weekend of PSL fixtures.
Forgotten Bafana Bafana player, Edward Manqele resurfaced with first-division side, Tshakuma, where he bagged a brace to dump Polokwane City out of the Nedbank Cup.
The last 32 of the Nedbank Cup kicks off on 23 January 2019. Here’s what you need to know about the fixtures.
Log-leaders Bidvest Wits dropped two points against Polokwane City on Sunday, courtesy of a Jabu Maluleke special which saw the sides tied at 3-3.
The PSL doesn’t have quite as many eye-wateringly young players as some other leagues, but there is some impressive young talent knocking on the door.
The Nedbank Cup last 32 draw was all the rage in local football circles on Thursday night, and features what could be a titanic clash between Cape Town City and Supersport United.
More PSL fixtures are lined up for this coming weekend, with the Tshwane Derby headlining the proceedings.
Big weekend of PSL action coming up.
Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns were all in midweek PSL action.
Orlando Pirates bagged all three points in the PSL on Tuesday night, but the touchline exchange between coaches Rhulani Mokwena and Micho Sredojevic stole the show.
The second-placed Buccaneers face the fourth-placed Polokwane City at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Tuesday.
It’s ghost town vibes at Moses Mabhida Stadium for Kaizer Chiefs vs Polokwane City, as the match is played behind closed doors. Catch the live updates here.
It will be a strangely eerie atmosphere in Moses Mabhida Stadium, where Kaizer Chiefs will be hosting Polokwane City behind closed doors.
After the international break, league action returns on Saturday with a host of PSL fixtures scheduled for the day.
The season is now well and truly underway.
Rise and Shine are unbeaten in their last three league clashes against the Brazilians.