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A complete wrap of all of the kick-off occasions, outcomes and match stories for the weekend DStv Premiership fixtures:

WEDNESDAY, 21 APRIL

AmaZulu 0-0 Mamelodi SundownsMATCH REPORT

Second-place AmaZulu held log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns to a 0-0 attract a feisty DStv Premiership encounter.

The gruelling match passed off on the King Goodwill Zwelithini Stadium on Wednesday as neither facet have been prepared to drop factors within the title race.

The Brazilians dominated the primary half with majority of the ball possession however didn’t make it depend with no critical aim threats troubling the AmaZulu goalkeeper Veli Mothwa.

Usuthu have been bullish of their defensive strategy, as Themba Zwane, Gaston Sirino, and Peter Shalulile have been on the receiving finish of nasty tackles from the house facet.

The Sundowns gamers themselves put in some skilled fouls, which AmaZulu coach Benni McCarthy was not impressed with as he argued his case with the referee Jerry Chavani.

He then acquired a yellow card from the official for his strategy.

Black Leopards 0-0 Stellenbosch  

Black Leopards and Stellenbosch FC couldn’t be separated as the perimeters performed to a 0-0 attract DStv Premiership motion at Thohoyandou Stadium on Wednesday.

Leopards stay rooted to the underside of the log whereas Stellenbosch are in twelfth place.

Kaizer Chiefs 1-2 Cape City MetropolisMATCH REPORT

Kaizer Chiefs stay on the right track for his or her worst-ever end within the PSL period after struggling a 2-1 defeat at dwelling to a formidable Cape City Metropolis facet on the FNB Stadium.

Regardless of a late try at a fightback, the defeat leaves Gavin Hunt’s males languishing in eleventh within the league standings, on observe to complete decrease than their worst ever end of ninth place.

SuperSport United 0-1 Golden Arrows 

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