Domestic leagues around the globe are currently on a two-week break thanks to a double round of upcoming FIFA international matches.
While Bafana Bafana are preparing to take on Namibia and DR Congo, the majority of the 16 DStv Premiership teams will be analysing their performances in the opening rounds of matches in the 2023/24 season and seeing where they could improve.
When the DStv Premiership season does resume on Friday, 15 September, there are five matches scheduled that weekend.
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Defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns have won all six of their league assignments this season and look well on their way to what will be a seventh consecutive title.
Masandawana are already a yawning eight points ahead of their nearest challengers Golden Arrows and SuperSport United albeit having played one more match.
At the bottom of the log, Cape Town Spurs appear to be in deep trouble with no points from their opening five matches.
DSTV PREMIERSHIP MATCHES
FRIDAY, 15 SEPTEMBER
Swallows v Richards Bay – 19:30
SATURDAY, 16 SEPTEMBER
Golden Arrows v Stellenbosch – 15:00
TS Galaxy v SuperSport United – 17:30
Kaizer Chiefs v Royal AM – 20:00
SUNDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER
AmaZulu v Cape Town City FC – 17:30