PSL big guns set up TKO semifinal showdown
The semifinals are scheduled to take place on the weekend of 7 and 8 November.
JOHANNESBURG - Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs, Supersport United and Orlando Pirates will all battle it out for a place in the Telkom Knockout final after booking their places in the last four at the weekend.
Pirates comfortably beat Maritzburg United 2-0 at the Orlando Stadium on Saturday afternoon, while their arch rivals, Chiefs, saw off Mpumalanga Black Aces by two goals to one in Nelspruit.
The Pretoria sides netted a combined total of nine goals in their quarter final clashes.
Gordon Igesund's Supersport redeemed themselves from their dismal league form, handing Golden Arrows a 3-1 beating, while Pitso Mosimane and his Brazillians proved to be imperious against the Free State Stars on Sunday as they put six goals in the back of the net to record the biggest of the competition so far.
The semifinals are scheduled to take place on the weekend of the 7 and 8 November, but there's been no official confirmation of which matches will take place when and at which venues.
All four teams will be desperate to grab wins in this tournament and progress to the final, to compensate for their underwhelming starts to their league campaigns.
Amakhosi have picked up five draws from seven games and lie in sixth place, while Downs are a spot higher in fifth.
The Buccaneers and Matsatsantsa languish outside the top eight in 11th and 14th position on five points a piece.