PSL

PSL change venues for games

2010-08-24 14:27
Johannesburg - The Premier Soccer League have ordered a change of venue for three clashes this weekend as they feel the stadiums are not fit to host top flight games.

Mamelodi Sundowns' clash with Moroka Swallows on Saturday night will now be played at the Lucas Moripe Stadium (formerly Super Stadium) instead of the HM Pitje Stadium, while defending PSL champions SuperSport United will travel to the Dobsonville Stadium to face Bidvest Wits rather than their traditional home the Bidvest Stadium.

In the third and final change, Free State Stars will entertain Santos at the Seisa Ramabodu Stadium in Botshabelo rather than the Charles Mopeli Stadium in Phuthaditjhaba.

Changes in full (all Saturday):

Bidvest Wits v SuperSport United, Dobsonville Stadium (15:00)

Free State Stars v Santos, Seisa Ramabodu Stadium (15:00)

Mamelodi Sundowns v Moroka Swallows, Lucas Moripe Stadium (20:15)

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