The game between Sundowns and Chiefs which was initially set to kick off at 15h00 has now been rescheduled to start at 16h00 at Loftus Stadium. The adjusted fixture has been necessitated by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa's request to the PSL to postpone the game on Sunday to allow workers to attend the May Day celebrations organised by Cosatu across the country. "It is our contention that soccer is mainly supported by the workers in our country and such an important game cannot be allowed to coincide with May Day celebrations. "The scheduled kick off time of 15h00 might have a negative impact in terms of attendance of May Day celebrations around Gauteng," said Numsa national spokesman Castro Ngobese on Thursday. PSL chairman Irvin Khoza confirms that in consultation with Sundowns boss Patrice Motsepe and Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung that the game will now kick off at 16h00 instead of 15h00.