AmaZulu vs Stellenbosch in Absa Premiership

AmaZulu is preparing to host Stellenbosch FC in the Absa Premiership on Wednesday evening at Princess Magogo Stadium. On 6th November, you will be able to watch this exciting venue. Hopefully, you already got your tickets!

It is possible that AmaZulu will be seeking to get away from the drop zone when they host Stellies. Usuthu has found a new lease of life under coach Jozef Vukusic, who managed to clinch two of the victories in their last two games.

They have beaten Cape Town City 2-1 at home and Baroka FC 1-0 away which gave them a chance to get their feet off the table. They moved up to the second place from bottom with eight points from nine matches. Meanwhile, the Stellies have also enjoyed a good run of form as they were unbeaten in the last four matches they played. With the last encounter ending in 1-0 win over Orlando Pirates, they put everyone to a state of shock.

Stellenbosch is looking at good chances to beat AmaZulu

AmaZulu and Stellies met last time during National First Division which is also known as GladAfrica Championship in the 2016/2017 season. Stellenbosch won the first round before Usuthu claimed victory in the return fixture.

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Possible line up for AmaZulu will be; Mbatha, Morton, P.Gumede, Xoki, Booysen, Maduna, Darpoh, Sithebe, De Jong, Majoro and Ntuli. For Subs, the line up will be Boshoff, M.Gumede, Khumalo, Ncube, Ncobeni, Vilakazi, Karuru. And at last, Stellenbosch will have following line up; De Jong, Mobbie, Van Heerden, De Goede, Mthethwa, Johannes, Zungu, Bergman, Moroole, Isaacs, Rayners.

If you didn’t prepare for the game, check the PSL log and results to make a good prediction. Try out the betway app as you can place bets simply, just over your phone. Check the Betway maximum payout in South Africa to see how much could you win.

Mamelodi Sundowns were in the ruthless mood on Sunday afternoon, as the Brazilians thrashed AmaZulu 5-0. Kaizer Chiefs kept their Telkom Knockout campaign alive with a penalty shoot-out victory over Cape Town City. Orlando Pirates progressed to the Telkom Knockout quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over Stellenbosch FC.