Cape Town City and Stellenbosch will both be moving to Pretoria to finish the PSL season.
City will be based at the famous Loftus Versfeld as the league is completed behind closed doors in the Biological Safe Environment (BSE) of Gauteng.
Meanwhile, Stellenbosch will play at the Tuks Stadium, which could be taken as a good omen for coach Steve Barker, who returns to his old stomping ground where he coached AmaTuks to the Nedbank Cup final in 2009.
The teams were on Wednesday allocated home bases for the rest of the campaign in a draw by the PSL.
The home sides in the final round of fixtures were placed in a pot in the first draw, in order for there to be no doubling up of “home” sides at the eight venues on the final day of the season.
In the PSL title race, leaders Kaizer Chiefs will make themselves at home in rivals’ Orlando Pirates’ home of Orlando Stadium.
With CT City lekker by die huis by Loftus, defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns will have to play their football in Soweto’s Dobsonville Stadium.
Meanwhile, down in the GladAfrica Championship, leaders Ajax Cape Town will continue their promotion push at the Rand Stadium.
Steenberg will be hosted at the Makhulong Stadium in Tembisa and Cape Umoya United will be based at the Tuks Rugby Stadium.
Home sides for final round
Kaizer Chiefs – Orlando Stadium
Baroka FC – Bidvest Stadium
Cape Town City – Loftus Versfeld
AmaZulu – Lucas Moripe
Mamelodi Sundowns – Dobsonville
Orlando Pirates – Ellis Park
Bidvest Wits – FNB Stadium
Bloem Celtic – Tuks Stadium
Chippa United – Orlando Stadium
SuperSport United – Bidvest Stadium
Highlands Park – Dobsonville
Golden Arrows – Ellis Park
Polokwane City – Loftus
Stellenbosch – Tuks Stadium
Black Leopards – FNB Stadium
Maritzburg United – Lucas Moripe