PSL teams resume training

2014-01-06 12:38
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Cape Town - Following a two-week festive break, Moroka Swallows, SuperSport United and Orlando Pirates will resume their respective training sessions on Monday.

Both Swallows and United are in the top half of the log standings as they finished 2013 in 4th and 6th place respectively.

The two sides are separated by only two points, with Swallows having played one more game.

On the other hand, Pirates are in 11th spot with only eight games played.

The Sea Robbers still have to play their remaining six catch-up matches as they were participating in the CAF Champions League earlier in the season.

Pirates’ next game will be against Matsatsantsa at the Orlando Stadium on January 18, while Swallows’ upcoming encounter will be away to Black Aces at Mbombela Stadium on February 5.


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