TKO quarter-final dates, venues announced

2018-10-29 14:58
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Cape Town - The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has announced the Telkom Knockout quarter-final fixtures venues, dates and kick-off times.

All the four Telkom Knockout quarter-final fixtures will be played this coming weekend, Saturday 03 November and Sunday, November 4.

On Saturday, three quarter-final fixtures will be played at 15:00, 18:00 and 20:15. Only one fixture will be played on Sunday followed by the Telkom Knockout semi-final draw

Tickets are now on sale. They are selling at R60 (for Moses Mabhida fixtures) and R40 for the rest of the matches. Children under the age of 12 will pay 12.

Tickets are sold at TicketPro outlets and Spar countrywide.

On Saturday at 15:00, Mamelodi Sundowns (winners in 2015), will travel to Limpopo to play Baroka FC at Peter Mokaba Stadium.

At 18:00, AmaZulu will be at home at Moses Mabhida Stadium against Orlando Pirates (winners in 2011). The Buccaneers are still breaming with confidence following their Soweto Derby triumph this past weekend.

Later on, the day (20:15), Maritzburg United hosts Bidvest Wits (defending TKO champions) at Harry Gwala Stadium. The form book will favour Bidvest Wits in this fixture following their impressive start in the Absa Premiership where they currently sit on top of the log but Maritzburg United have proved to be difficult to beat at home.

The last fixture of the TKO quarter-finals will be on Sunday, when Kaizer Chiefs (winners in 2007, 2009 and 2010) play SuperSport United at Moses Mabhida Stadium at 15:00.

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