Photo Credit : Cape Town City FC

Shane Roberts scored his first ABSA Premiership goal this season for Cape Town City against Chippa United at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Friday, 26 April 2019

Chippa United 0-2 Cape Town City, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Shane Roberts and Gift Links netted for the Citizens.

Posted in Absa Premiership



Photo Credit : Royal Eagles Football Club

Royal Eagles are unbeaten at home in their last nine matches

Sunday, 28 April 2019

Jomo Cosmos vs Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, Makhulong Stadium

Ezenkosi drew their last three matches and the host must now convert their draws into wins in order to secure their National Division Status for next season or otherwise relegation is looming. TTM are on five matches winning streak and they still have chance to secure play-offs spot. however, the adminstration error they made against TS Sporting might cost them at the of the season if they are found guilty of breaching NFD Under 23 Rule.

Ajax Cape Town vs Uthongathi, Athlone Stadium

Urban Warriors are unbeaten at home in their last ten matches and winning is an option in their fight to gain automatic ABSA Promotion. Cane Cutters won their last trip to Western Cape against Stellies 2-1 and they also won against the host at Princess Magogo Stadium 1-0 earlier this season.

Maccabi vs Mbombela United, Dobsonville Stadium

Maccabi cannot afford to drop points now because they are not yet safe from relegation despite winning their last match against Richards Bay away from home. This is the must win match for Mbombela United if they are interested to secure their play offs spot this season.

Richards Bay vs University Of Pretoria, Umhlathuze Sports Complex

Natal Rich Boyz lost their last three matches. The host National Division status is secured for next season and they are just playing for their pride. AmaTuks are unbeaten in their last two games and they still need points to ensure that they safe from relegation.

Real Kings vs Ubuntu Cape Town, Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium

This is a six pointer and the winner takes all. The winner of this match increases their chances to avoid relegation. Magic Boys improved lately and they are unbeaten in their last five matches. Ubuntu have been struggling on the road recently.

Cape Umoya United vs Stellenbosch, University of Western Cape

Spirited Ones are still not safe from relegation and the host need three points in order to secure their National First Division status for next season. It is a must win match for Stellies in their quest to become this season National First Division Champions.

TS Galaxy vs TS Sporting, Kameelrivier Stadium

The succesive league defeat for The Rockets against Stellies ended their play-offs hopes and their National First Division status is secured for next season. Abantu Bemthetho just need two points for now in order to secure their National First Division status for next season.

Royal Eagles vs Witbank Spurs, Chatsworth Stadium

The host are unbeaten at home in their last nine matches. Royal Eagles cannot afford to drop points now or otherwise they must kiss and say goodbye to the hopes of gaining ABSA Premiership automatic promotion. Siyavutha are already relegated and lost their last six games.

All above matches will kick-off at 15h00

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