The 2023-24 DStv Premiership season will resume this weekend after the FIFA international break. Three fixtures on Saturday and three more on Sunday should make for an intriguing restart.

Here’s a preview of the action coming your way.

AmaZulu v Stellenbosch

AmaZulu and Stellenbosch will clash in Durban on Saturday. It’s an opportunity for AmaZulu to build on victory over Golden Arrows earlier this month – and push for a higher position than the eighth they currently occupy. Stellenbosch are in 11th position, with two victories to show for their last three PSL outings.

Richards Bay v Orlando Pirates

Richards Bay and Pirates are also in Durban on Saturday. Richards Bay, currently in 15th position, will be hard pressed to get out of the relegation zone. Pirates, in seventh position, have collected confidence and momentum after successive wins over Sekhukhune United and Kaizer Chiefs earlier this month.

Cape Town Spurs and Royal AM

Cape Town Spurs will host Royal AM on Saturday. Here is an early opportunity for new Spurs coach Ernst Middendorp to make a good impression. Spurs are still at the bottom of the standings after just one win this PSL season, while Royal AM are third-last after a mere three wins. This will be an intriguing tussle toward the bottom of the points table, indeed.

TS Galaxy v Polokwane City

Sunday’s action will open with TS Galaxy and Polokwane City in Nelspruit. Polokwane City have drawn their last four PSL fixtures and would appreciate translating some of their solid Telkom Knockout form into league success. TS Galaxy, meanwhile, have secured just one win from their last four PSL appearances.

Moroka Swallows v Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs’ bid to win a first PSL title since 2015 will continue against Moroka Swallows in Dobsonville. Swallows are currently in fifth position and Chiefs 10th, but only four points separate them. When they met in the PSL earlier this year, Swallows were 2-1 victors. Chiefs would like to avenge that defeat.

Golden Arrows v Cape Town City

Hammarsdale will host Golden Arrows and Cape Town City. City’s last five PSL fixtures have all resulted in victory, while Arrows have slipped to two successive defeats since collecting three consecutive wins. It’s third against fourth position on the points table, as City and Arrows attempt to gain ground on first-placed Mamelodi Sundowns and second-placed SuperSport United.