Kaizer Chiefs seem to have found the solution to all of their problems as the Naturena-based side continued with their winning form in their previous match against Free State Stars. This weekend, they host an AmaZulu team that recently fought back to draw 3-all against Mamelodi Sundowns. The game promises to be an interesting one as both these clubs will be looking to climb up the log standings.
In Limpopo, Orlando Pirates travel away to take on a wounded Baroka after their defeat to Chippa United last weekend. The Ga-Mphahlele team will be looking to use their home ground advantage to keep the Buccaneer attackers at bay, however, head Milutin Sredojevic will be expecting his boys to grab the three points on offer after securing a point in their midweek 2-2 draw against Cape Town City.
Be sure to check out the rest of the league fixtures for this weekend and remember to join the SportPesa predictor to make your predictions on the PSL matches!
Other Round 6 SportPesa predictor games:
Saturday, 22 September
Golden Arrows v Chippa United
Baroka FC v Orlando Pirates
Kaizer Chiefs v AmaZulu
Free State Stars v Highlands Park
Sunday, 23 September
SuperSport United v Black Leopards
Bloemfontein Celtic v Maritzburg United
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2. Second Place - R300 in cash
3. Third Place - R200 in cash
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Grand Prize at end of season
1. First Place - R20 000 in cash
2. Second Place - R17 000 in cash
3. Third Place - R13 000 in cash
Grand prizes will be based on total points earned on all matches from start to end of the season.
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