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KICK OFF Predictor - Round 48 Preview

Posted: 29 September 2017 Time: 11:57

The iKapa derby takes centre stage in the PSL this weekend, while also headlining the action in Round 48 of KickOff Predictor.

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Ajax Cape Town play host to neighbours Cape Town City on Saturday, with the Urban Warriors looking for only their second win of the campaign while the Citizens have title aspirations to maintain.

Keeping in the Absa Premiership, Kaizer Chiefs will have top spot in their sights as they host surprise package Baroka FC, while Orlando Pirates look to maintain their form away to Polokwane City.

In England, there’s the small matter of the late Premier League fixtures between defending champions Chelsea and current leaders Manchester City, while Manchester United take on a pointless and goalless Crystal Palace.

On Sunday, Arsenal will look to maintain their upturn in form as they host Brighton & Hove Albion, while Newcastle host Liverpool in the day’s other English fixture.

Meanwhile, reigning PSL champions Bidvest Wits will be desperate to add more daylight between themselves and the relegation zone as they travel to Bloemfontein Celtic, while Mamelodi Sundowns need to put their CAF Champions League exit behind them as they prepare to face Platinum Stars.

KickOff Predictor - Round 48 fixtures:

Saturday 30 September
Ajax Cape Town v Cape Town City
Chelsea v Manchester City
Kaizer Chiefs v Baroka FC
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
Polokwane City v Orlando Pirates

Sunday 1 October
AC Milan v AS Roma
Arsenal v Brighton
Bloem Celtic v Bidvest Wits
Newcastle v Liverpool
Platinum Stars v Mamelodi Sundowns

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