Following a gripping penultimate round of Premiership fixtures on Wednesday night, SuperSport hold a two-point lead over Orlando Pirates going into last day of the season. But given Matsatsantsa’s superior goal-differences, should they draw their final match against Santos at the Coetzenburg Stadium, Bucs will need to beat AmaZulu by nine clear goals to claim the title. Therefore, the only realistic way Ruud Krol’s side can win the title is for SuperSport to lose, as they did against Golden Arrows on Wednesday, and for The Sea Robbers to claim victory against Usuthu. The PSL are likely to therefore send the trophy to Cape Town, or Stellenbosch to be more exact, and keep a smaller replica at Ellis Park in case results work out in Pirates’ favour. They cannot, as they did in 2005, have the trophy on standby to fly between cities, given the distance between the two matches. That year the trophy was stationed in Kroonstad, midway between Bloemfontein, where Chiefs eventually beat Celtic to claim the title, and Johannesburg, where Pirates hosted Bush Bucks. Once the destination of the title was known, the trophy was put onto a helicopter, along with then PSL CEO Trevor Phillips, and flown to Vodacom Park, where Chiefs were victorious.