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SOUTH AFRICAN PREMIERSHIP

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
13 FS Stars 1 1 3 4
14 Polokwane Ci 1 1 3 4
15 Bidvest Wits 0 2 3 2
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PSL wrap: Wins for Pirates, SuperSport

Orlando Pirates moved up to second in the Premier Soccer League standings following a 1-0 win against Ajax Cape Town on Tuesday evening.

The Buccaneers endured their worst-ever campaign last season, but have started life under Milutin Sredojevic much improved. They moved up to second following the win against a struggling Urban Warriors side, with Ghanaian forward Bernard Morrison getting the only goal.

That leaves Pirates level on points with surprise-package Maritzburg United, who remain unbeaten...

PSL wrap: Kaizer Chiefs held in league opener

Kaizer Chiefs let a lead slip in Bloemfontein in their Premier League opener on Sunday to mount more pressure on coach Steve Komphela.

The Amakhosi were desperate for a good start following last weekend's first round MTN8 Cup exit, and got it early on against Celtic when Erick Mathoho headed home from a free-kick.

However, Lorenzo Gordinho's handball in the 75th minute allowed Atusaye Nyondo a chance to equalize from the spot, and the Malawian made no mistake from the spot.

In the day's other game,...

PSL wrap: Sundowns close the gap as Wits and CT City draw

Mamelodi Sundowns closed the gap on Premiership leaders Cape Town City to just two points following a 1-0 victory against SuperSport United on Wednesday night.

The Brazilians got the winner seven minutes from time via a glancing Hlompho Kekana header, with veteran playmaker Teko Modise supplying the assist.

It means Pitso Mosimane's men complete the double over SuperSport, having thumped them 5-0 in the reverse fixture just last week.

Sundowns are now on 44 points from 22 matches, two behind City,...