South Africa: Latest sports news  on Sunday 10 November_1

A bit of a low-key Sunday in terms of sports action, compared to Saturday’s drama.

Latest sports news and fixtures

Absa Premiership


Golden Arrows vs Mamelodi Sundowns at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium, kick off at 15:30


Mamelodi Sundowns are looking to close the gap between themselves and Kaizer Chiefs at the top of the PSL standings. 


The Tshwane giants are second on the log, and travel to Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium in Clermont to take on sixth-placed Golden Arrows.


A win from the visitors takes them to within seven points off the log leaders, with a game in hand.


Black Leopards vs Cape Town City at Thohoyandou Stadium, kick off at 15:30


Cape Town City resume life after Benni McCarthy with a trip to Thohoyandou, where they will face Black Leopards.


Dutchman Jan Olde Riekerink has been placed in charge and will attempt to guide the team to a second consecutive victory after beating Polokwane City midweek.

Mzansi Super League T20 


Paarl Rocks vs Cape Town Blitz at Boland Park, 10:00


The Mzansi Super League (MSL) T20 continues with two fixtures lined up for Sunday.


The first one is between neighbours Paarl Rocks and Cape Town Blitz at Boland Park, which will see national skipper Faf du Plessis come up against his deputy, Quinton de Kock as the two Proteas lead the respective franchises.


The visitors will have gotten more than a much-needed workout, having featured in the opening game of the tournament on Friday.


Nelson Mandela Bay Giants vs Jozi Rocks at St George’s Park, 14:00


The afternoon fixture sees Nelson Mandela Bay Giants play host to defending champions, Jozi Stars.


The title-holders kicked off their campaign in disappointing fashion, after faltering against Cape Town Blitz on Friday, and will want to bounce back immediately in what is a short tournament.

Springbok trophy tour


The Rugby World Cup champions are still on the road, and their next stop is Port Elizabeth – home town for both coach Rassie Erasmus and captain Siya Kolisi.


They proceed from 9:00, and will visit places such as the city centre, as well as nearby townships like Zwide, New Brighton and Motherwell.


The Springboks conclude their victory parade on Monday, when they visit Cape Town.