The remaining half a dozen games in the PSL will be about the race for the title, but today the focus is shifted to a different leaderboard… the goal-scoring chase!
Things in this department are certainly heating up, with up to four players having already scored last season’s high of 10 goals - recorded by Bernard Parker.
As it stands, Moeketsi Sekola, Puleng Tlolane, Cuthbert Malajila and Lerato Lamola have all found the back of the net 10 times each this season.
Both Sekola and Tlolane have been the surprise packages this season, carrying Free State Stars and Polokwane City respectively. Their goals will certainly be crucial in maintaining both clubs’ PSL statuses.
Malajila, on the other hand, has enjoyed a rebirth of form this season, contributing to just under a third of the goals that the Brazilians have scored this season.
Finally, Bloemfontein Celtic's Lamola has started to live up to the potential he showed last season and he has done brilliantly well. With Siwelele having only scored 25 goals this season, his 10 strikes have been decisive for the team.
The striking quartet will be aiming to find the back of the net on a few more occasions between now and the end of the season, in the hope of being named the top goal-scorer.
However, it is worth noting that the likes of Lehlohonolo Majoro, Kermit Erasmus and Geoffrey Massa aren’t far behind too, with eight strikes to their names.
Who do you think will come out on top – Sekola, Tlolane, Malajila or Lamola?