14H00 Al-Merreikh Al-Sudan - Al Ahli Tripoli
06H26 USM Alger - ES Sétif
06H26 ASO Chlef - JS Saoura
06H26 CR Belouizdad - US Biskra
06H26 JS Kabylie - Paradou AC
14H30 NC Magra - RC Arbaâ
06H26 AS Forces Armées Royales de Rabat - Olympic Club de Safi
06H26 Ittihad Riadhi de Tanger - Wydad Athletic Club
06H26 Renaissance Sportive de Berkane - Moghreb Athlétic de Tétouan
06H26 Raja Club Athletic de Casablanca - Hassania Union Sport d'Agadir
17H00 Union Touarga Sportif - Sporting Club Chabab Mohammédia
14H00 AS Rejiche - AS Soliman
14H00 Union Sportive de Ben Guerdane - Etoile Olympique Sidi Bouzid

South Africa: Football returns with mouth-watering Nedbank Cup fixtures

The Nedbank Cup trophy which 32 clubs will battle out for in South Africa

After a break of over a month, football in South Africa is set to return with the final knockout competition of the season, the Nedbank Cup.

Nicknamed the FA Cup of South Africa football, the Nedbank Cup will see the top flight clubs in the country taking on teams from lower divisions. In total, 32 clubs will battle it out to get their hands on a trophy which was won by Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (now known as Marumo Gallants) last year.

The competition is set to kick off on Friday, 4 February, as CAF Champions League participants Mamelodi Sundowns take on second tier club Richards Bay at Princess Magogo Stadium in KZN. On the same day, lower division club University of Pretoria will host topflight side Chippa United in the capital.

One of the biggest matches in the last 32 will see CAF Confederation Cup participants Orlando Pirates hosting AmaZulu, who recently made history by qualifying for the Champions League group stages for the first time in their history. Both clubs will be looking to get a victory, which would give them a huge boost ahead of their group stage campaigns on the continent.

Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs will take on TS Galaxy, in a repeat of the 2019 final. Back then, Galaxy were playing in the second tier and stunned Chiefs by beating them 1-0 at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.

Competitive football in South Africa has been on a break due to the Africa Cup of Nations which is currently being played in Cameroon.


February 4

University of Pretoria v Chippa United - Tuks Stadium

Richards Bay v Mamelodi Sundowns - Princess Magogo Stadium

February 5 

Swallows FC v TS Sporting - Dobsonville Stadium

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila v Golden Arrows - Thohoyandou Stadium

February 6 

Orlando Pirates v AmaZulu - Orlando Stadium

February 9 

Venda Football Academy v African All Stars – Thohoyandou Stadium

Maritzburg United v SuperSport United - Harry Gwala Stadium

February 11

Uthongathi v Summerfield Dynamos - Princess Magogo

Stellenbosch FC v Baroka FC, Danie Craven Stadium

February 12

NC Professionals v Mathaithai FC - Tafel Lager Park

Platinum City Rovers v Sekhukhune United - Olen Park

Royal AM v Cape Town City - Chatsworth Stadium

Kaizer Chiefs v TS Galaxy - FNB Stadium

February 13

Black Eagles FC v Sivutsa FC - Royal Bafokeng Stadium

Marumo Gallants v Santos FC - Peter Mokaba Stadium

Sinenkani FC v Free State Stars - Walter Sisulu University


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