Tuesday’s matches offer the perfect opportunity for a treble bet to land as the PSL action continues to provide goals and entertainment.
South African fans have been treated royally since football returned to TV screens. Goals and late drama has been the order of the day with much of the focus on the battle between Kaizer Chiefs and Sundowns for top honours.
Chiefs were on the right side of a 3-2 scoreline while Cape Town City surprised Sundowns on Monday evening by the same tally much to the delight of the Amakhosi faithful.
While we wait for Wednesday’s clash between Chiefs away at Bloemfontein Celtic, there is a chance to land three correct picks and cash in along the way.
Suggested bet at 6.9
Chippa United v Highlands Park – Both teams to score
Bidvest Wits v Golden Arrows – Wits to win
Orlando Pirates v Baroka – Pirates to win
Highlands Park have had the upper hand over Chippa in recent times with four wins from their last six but crucially this encounter has provided goals. In the last six outings, there have been two or more goals in all but one fixtures. Both sides have showed up well since the restart and will both be eyeing victory. The Chilli Boys desperately need to move away from the bottom while the Lions of the North are eager to wrap up a top eight place. That sets this one up for goals to the neutrals’ delight.
Wits, despite their off-field woes, have acquitted themselves well and should have far too much for Arrows. A player like forward Terrence Dzvukamanja is looking to seal a move in the off-season will only aid the Clever Boys cause as they look to finish the season off in style.
Pirates struggles have been mirrored by current Golden Boot leader Gabadinho Mhango’s drought. The club have picked up two points from their last six available with Mhango’s last goals coming in February. Simply put, they cannot continue to go scoreless forever and will relish the chance to end their woes against an under-performing Baroka. The visitors are goalless in their last two outings and that streak is expected to be extended by at least one more game.