The Telkom knockout first round match between Baroka F.C and Golden Arrows at the Old Peter Mokaba stadium has been re-scheduled to a late kick-off and will now start at quarter past eight on Saturday night.
Seven first round Telkom knockout matches will be played this weekend following a two-week FIFA international break.
Kaizer Chiefs has a chance to reduce the gap between log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns and the rest of the chasing pack to just four points this weekend.
ABSA Premiership defending champions Bidvest Wits’ woes continued when the bottom of the log side shared the spoils with Chippa United in a match that ended 1-all in Port Elizabeth on Sunday afternoon. In another match this afternoon Golden Arrows beat CAF Confederation Cup finalists SuperSport United 1-nil in Durban. Meanwhile Baroka F.C are back […]
All the top three teams on the ABSA premiership log standings will be in action on Tuesday night in the three fixtures that will be played.
Mamelodi Sundowns marched to the quarter-finals of this season’s Nedbank Cup after a hard earned 2-0 win over the Vaal University of Technology at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville on Sunday.
Defending champions, Bidvest Wits, have advanced to the quarter-finals of the Telkom knockout competition.
Richards Bay F.C were the biggest winners in the first round of the Nedbank Cup after trashing amateur side Young Tigers 5-nil to book themselves a place in the next round.
The quarterfinals of the Telkom Knockout are set to produce fireworks as teams, some of whom are languishing in the relegation zone, have managed to stay on.