CAJ News Agency (Johannesburg)

13 August 2014

South Africa: Mixed PSL Results

Johannesburg — The Premier Soccer League (PSL) two matches played on Tuesday evening saw SuperSport United record their first victory of the season over Chippa United while Bidvest Wits and Pretoria University shared the spoils.

SuperSport United, who last weekend lost 0-1 to Wits Football Club raised their game against Chippa United as they won the encounter with the same identical socreline from penalty spot-kick.

The club's captain Clayton Daniels scored for SuperSport United from the penalty spot in the 24 minutes.

In Johannesburg, Bidvest Wits were held to a 1-1 draw by University of Pretoria at the Bidvest Stadium on Tuesday night.

Pretoria University scored first through Atusaye Nyondo before Wits Bidvest equalised through Henrico Botes.

Meanwhile, the PSL has confirmed six premiership matches to be played across the country this evening.

On-form Moroka Swallows is AmaZulu at Dobsonville in Soweto, Ajax Cape Town entertain Mamelodi Sundowns at Athlone, Platinum Stars host Free State Stars in Rustenburg with Bloem Celtic playing Orlando Pirates in Bloemfontein.

The last two matches of the eveing on Wednesday involve Black Aces against Kaizer Chiefs at Mbombela in Nelspruit while Maritzburg United host Polokwane City at Harry Gwala Stadium in Maritzburg.

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