Absa Premiership

Chiefs drawn against Aces in TKO

2015-10-05 13:01
Kaizer Chiefs’ new coach Steve Komphela is fully aware of the challenges that await him. PHOTO: Themba Makofane

Cape Town - Following the conclusion of the Telkom Knockout quarter-final draw, Kaizer Chiefs are set to play against Mpumalanga Black Aces.

Reigning champions, SuperSport United will welcome KwaZulu-Natal side Golden Arrows to Pretoria while Pitso Mosimane's charges will travel to the Free State to take on Ea Lla Koto.

Orlando Pirates will play their last 16 encounter on Friday, October 16 against the University of Pretoria following their CAF Confederation Cup victory over Al Ahly in Egypt this past weekend.

If Pirates wins their last 16 fixture it will be Pirates at home against Maritzburg.

If AmaTuks wins, it will be Maritzburg at home against the Pretoria side.

The PSL confirmed that the quarter-final games will take place on October 24/25 respectively.

Full fixture list:

SuperSport United vs Golden Arrows

Free State Stars vs Mamelodi Sundowns

Orlando Pirates/Maritzburg United vs University of Pretoria/ Maritzburg United

Mpumalanga Black Aces vs Kaizer Chiefs

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