Quiet week for the PSL

Multiple matches were cancelled in the interest of promoting the spirit of fair play.

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JOHANNESBURG - PSL fans were left wanting more after multiple matches were cancelled after the PSL Executive Committee decided that in the interest of promoting the spirit of fair play, as many as possible of the second last premiership block fixtures will be played simultaneously on 6 May.

The fixtures will kick-off at 19h30.

All fixtures scheduled for this weekend were postponed with the exception of Orlando Pirates vs Platinum Stars and Free State Stars vs MP Black Aces.

Dikwena went ahead in the 31st minute thanks to a Siphelele Mtembu strike.

Vladimir Vermezomic's troops found an important equalizer on the hour mark thanks to Lennox Bacela, but that was where the celebrating stopped.

The Buccaneers failed to find a winner with Stars happy to walk away from Orlando Stadium with a point.

At Goble Park, Free State Stars went ahead in the 46th minute, Moeketsi Sekola opening the scoring.

Six minutes later Miguel Timm equalized for Mpumalanga Black Aces.

Two further goals from Zamuxolo Ngalo and Thabo Oalinge set up an impressive win for Clive Barker's side, which is continuing to impress and improve week after week.

The hosts provided a late scare through Adam Abdul-Basit, but in the end, his goal served only as a consolation as it finished 3-2 in favour of the visitors.

Mamelodi Sundowns remain on top of the table after a quiet weekend. They're five points clear of second place Kaizer Chiefs who were away on CAF duty playing against ASEC Mimosas.

Wits are four points further adrift in third place.

Golden Arrows remain cemented to the foot of the table, having picked up just six wins out of their 28 matches.