PSL resumption: Plenty fixtures, stadiums ready, but compliance still a mad scramble for some

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Yale Jameson, physio of Chippa United takes Sandile Mthethwa's temperature during a Chippa United training sesion at The Westbourne Oval on July 29 2020 in Port Elizabeth. Picture: Michael Sheehan/Gallo Images
Yale Jameson, physio of Chippa United takes Sandile Mthethwa's temperature during a Chippa United training sesion at The Westbourne Oval on July 29 2020 in Port Elizabeth. Picture: Michael Sheehan/Gallo Images

The 2019/20 PSL season is set to restart on Saturday after five months of inaction. Daniel Mothowagae and Gomolemo Motshwane pick some of the elements that will get football followers talking.

All 32 PSL clubs across the Absa Premiership and GladAfrica Championship are set to enter what has been dubbed a bio-bubble, or biologically safe environment to play their remaining games across Gauteng.

The teams will complete the remainder of the 2019/20 season in various stadiums behind closed doors.

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