Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs are set to clash in a high-stakes Absa Premiership Soweto Derby next month and details surrounding match tickets have been announced.
Pirates and Chiefs are set to renew their rivalry on the pitch when they face one another for a third time this season, having earlier met in the league and Telkom Knockout quarterfinal in November last year.
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On both ocassions Amakhosi walked away victorious, ending a five-year winless run against The Buccaneers, as Rhulani Mokwena got his first taste of the massive fixture as interim head coach.
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This time, Pirates are on an eight-match unbeaten run as they sit just 12 points adrift of Chiefs, who are also looking to maintain their gap over second-placed Mamelodi Sundowns.
It will be the first meeting between Ernst Middendorp and Josef Zinnbauer, who took over the Bucs reins from Mokwena in December last year and has yet to taste defeat in his opening six games, making it an exciting battle between the German tacticians.
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As such, tickets will have a high demand but supporters have ample time to get to their nearest Computicket outlet to secure their seats for what promises to be another fiery affair at FNB Stadium on February 29.
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Tickets are available at a cost of R100 for Level 1 and R70 for Level 5, with kids under-12 able to gain access to Level 5 for just R30.