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Nedbank Cup Quarters Venues & Times Announced

The last eight teams will look to dethrone each other to advance to the semi-finals and then the finals in a bid to qualify for the CAF Confederation Cup next season.

Two fixtures that are sure to produce fireworks will be that of run-away league leaders Mamelodi Sundowns who are at home to their cross-city rivals Orlando Pirates and Baroka FC who make the short trip to take on Polokwane City.

The Brazilians have already taken six points off the Buccaneers in the league this season and will look to complete a hat-trick of victories against a resilient Bucs side that have turned the corner after a dismal first round league display.

The Limpopo Derby will feature NFD league leaders Bakgaga & neighbours Rise and Shine. Baroka have already eliminated two Absa Premiership sides in Chippa United and Golden Arrows and, Kgoloko Thobejane's charges have made their intentions clear to gain promotion into the elite league and claim the Ke Yona trophy for an entry into African club competition.

Friday, 22 April

SuperSport United V MP Black Aces, Lucas Moripe Stadium (20h00)

Saturday, 23 April

Free State Stars V Bidvest Wits at Goble Park (15h00)

Mamelodi Sundowns V Orlando Pirates, Lucas Moripe Stadium (20h15)

Sunday, 24 April

Polokwane City V Baroka FC, Old Peter Mokaba Stadium (15h00)


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