Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs were drawn away to Chippa
United in the Nedbank Cup semi-final with the Amakhosi hoping to
continue in their quest to break a four-year trophy drought.
The Soweto giants beat Cape Town City 2-0 in their quarter-final
clash on Sunday thanks to goals by Pule Ekstein and Dumisani Zuma and
immediately after the game the draw took place where they were pitted
against the Chilli Boys.
Chippa beat Bidvest Wits 5-3 on penalties on Saturday in what was a thrilling contest that ended in a 4-4 draw after extra-time.
Chiefs last won a trophy in 2015 when they were crowned Premiership
champions under now Bafana coach Stuart Baxter and their trophyless run
is making fans edgy.
Golden Arrows' reward for knocking out fellow PSL side Bloemfontein
Celtic will be a last-four tie against National First Division outfit TS
Dates and venues for the Nedbank Cup semifinals will be announced by the Premier Soccer League in due course.
Chippa United v Kaizer Chiefs
Golden Arrows v TS Galaxy