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12 teams were in action in the Premier Soccer League this weekend.
JOHANNESBURG - 12 teams were in action in the Premier Soccer League this weekend and none of the games involved the top three sides on the log standings; Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Wits.
All three log leaders were taking part in the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup respectively, giving the likes of Orlando Pirates a chance to narrow the point gap.
On Friday night, Ajax Cape Town took on Chippa United at the Cape Town Stadium and it was Roger de Sa's men who would walk away with the full compliment of points thanks to a 2-0 win.
Mpumalanga Black Aces suffered their third loss of 2015 going down by two goals to one to the University of Pretoria.
Pirates continued their winning streak this year as they put three goals past Polokwane City to close the point deficit between them the second and third placed teams to two points.
Goals from Mpho Makola, Kermit Erasmus and Oupa Manyisa handed the Buccaneers their 10th win of the season from 20 games.
There were no goals to speak of in the Maritzburg United and Free State Stars match however, on Sunday, Gordon Igesund's Supersport United was stunned by a struggling AmaZulu, losing 5-2 to the KZN outfit after taking an early lead through Jeremy Brockie.
In Sunday's other match, Platinum Stars were also left licking their wounds as they lost 2-0 to Bloemfontein Celtic for what is their ninth loss of the campaign.