Absa Premiership

PSL confirms TKO quarter-final dates, venues

2017-10-31 08:47
Chiefs v Arrows (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has confirmed the Telkom Knockout quarter-final fixtures dates, venues and kick-off times.

After an enthralling start to the competition this past weekend, the Telkom Knockout is set to continue this coming weekend with four exciting fixtures lined up for Saturday, November 4 and Sunday, November 5.

Platinum Stars and Bloemfontein Celtic, who both reached the quarter-final stage via penalty shoot-outs, will kick off the weekend action on Saturday afternoon at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium.

Kick-off is at 15:30.

Bidvest Wits, fresh from a morale boosting extra-time win over Free State Stars in Round of 16, will welcome a confident Baroka FC team who come to this clash having defeated defending champions, Cape Town City.

This fixture will be played at Bidvest Stadium on Saturday evening at 20:15.

Also kicking off at 20:15 on Saturday evening will be a match-up between Orlando Pirates, who went past Lamontville Golden Arrows in the last round and Polokwane City, who overcame Ajax Cape Town.

On Sunday, the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will play host to a clash between Chippa United and a Kaizer Chiefs side that scored the most number of goals in the first round of the competition.


Saturday, 04 November 2017

-    Platinum Stars vs Bloemfontein Celtic- Royal Bafokeng Stadium (15:30)
-    Bidvest Wits vs Baroka FC- Bidvest Stadium (20:15)
-    Orlando Pirates vs Polokwane City- Orlando Stadium (20:15)

Sunday, 05 November 2017

-    Chippa United vs Kaizer Chiefs - Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (15:30)

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