Chiefs v Tuks in MTN8

2013-07-30 12:53
MTN8 trophy (File)
Johannesburg - The 2013/14 edition of the MTN8 was launched on Tuesday morning in Rivonia, Johannesburg, where the top eight teams from the 2012/13 Absa Premiership season were drawn against each other.

According to the Soccer-Laduma website, with the defending champions, Moroka Swallows, out of the race, having finished in ninth spot last season, the Birds will be unable to defend their title.

Kaizer Chiefs will face University of Pretoria on August 10, while Orlando Pirates and SuperSport united battle it out on August 11.

Wits and Bloemfontein Celtic will square off on August 9, with Platinum Stars and Free State Stars clashing on August 10.

Full draw:

Friday, August 9

18:00 Wits v Bloemfontein Celtic (Bidvest Stadium)

Saturday, August 10

15:00 Platinum Stars vs Free State Stars (Royal Bafokeng Stadium) 

20:15 Kaizer Chiefs v University of Pretoria (FNB Stadium)

Sunday, August 11

15:00 Orlando Pirates v SuperSport United (Mbombela Stadium)

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