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Telkom Knockout draw

2010-10-11 12:42
Johannesburg - Telkom Knockout champions Kaizer Chiefs will visit AmaZulu in Durban in the first round of this year's competition.

Amakhosi's fierce rivals Orlando Pirates will tackle Golden Arrows, while league leaders Mamelodi Sundowns will clash with Platinum Stars.

League champions SuperSport United will face PSL rookies Vasco da Gama.

Fellow Cape sides Ajax Cape Town and Santos will lock horns with Free State Stars and Bidvest Wits respectively.

Recently crowned Macufe Cup champions Bloemfontein Celtic, who beat Chiefs on the weekend, will entertain Maritzburg United.

In the remaining tie, Moroka Swallows will host relegation-threatened Mpumalanga Black Aces.

The venues and dates will be confirmed at a later date with the tournament to start on 20 October. 

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