Why PSL punish Bidvest Wits for Orlando Pirates and  Mamelodi Sundowns problem is unfair to Wits Fans.  The Bidvest Wits fans have nothing to do with Orlando Pirates fine but we this they are also punished for something they didn't do.  It was supposed to be only the match between Wits for Orlando Pirates, and  Mamelodi Sundowns played behind closed doors.  

The PSL on Tuesday declared that Bucs must play two home matches behind closed doors - with one of these suspended for a 24-month period - as punishment for unruly fan behaviour during the club's 6-0 rout by Mamelodi Sundowns at Loftus Versfeld in February 2017.

Pirates, who trail log leaders Downs by six points with three games left, later announced they will play their match with outgoing champions Bidvest Wits on April 25 behind closed doors.

Bucs released a statement on their website, which reads: 'The Absa Premiership match between Orlando Pirates and Bidvest Wits scheduled for Wednesday, 25 April, will now be played behind closed doors concerning a sanction handed down by the Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee.

'Fans who have already bought tickets for this match will be advised in the near future as to how to get a refund.'