Absa Premiership

PSL postpone SuperSport v AmaZulu clash

2017-09-26 19:14
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Cape Town - The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has confirmed that the top-flight match between AmaZulu and SuperSport United set for Saturday has been postponed due to the latter's African commitments.

Matsatsantsa will face Tunisian side Club Africain this weekend in the semi-finals of the CAF Confederation Cup and are thus unavailable to take on Usuthu at the Lucas Moripe Stadium.

Eric Tinkler's men reached the last four of the continental competition by beating Zesco United over two legs in the quarter-finals.

A recent 2-2 draw in Ndola courtesy of Thuso Phala's brace meant that they advanced on away goals.

As such, this weekend's league fixture has been postponed.

Not playing the match could come as a minor blow for AmaZulu in terms of losing positive momentum after they picked up four points out of a possible six, which included a win over defending champions Bidvest Wits.


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