Sekhukhune United welcome Cape Town Spurs to the New Peter Mokaba Stadium for a Nedbank Cup last 16 tie on Friday evening.
Teams: Sekhukhune United v Cape Town Spurs
Date: 11 March 2023
Venue: New Peter Mokaba Stadium
Sekhukhune have been having a bumpy ride lately in the league after back-to-back defeats against Cape Town City and Royal AM.
Babina Noko got to this stage after hammering amateur side Liver Brothers 6-0, who were the only side from the fourth-tier.
After a flying start under Brandon Truter that saw them get into top eight positions, Sekhukhune have since dropped down to 11th in the Premiership log.
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In contrast, Spurs are in their best form of the season in the Motsepe Foundation Championship, as their 1-1 draw with Hungry Lions last weekend, halted their four-game winning streak
Shaun Bartlett's charges booked their spot in the last 16 after thrashing fellow second-tier side Baroka 3-0.
The Western Cape outfit are currently second in the Championship table, just two points behind table-toppers Polokwane City.
Sekhukhune United: Nsabata, Mobbie, Ntiya-Ntiya, Cardoso, Gyimah, Mokotjo, Ohizu, Mahlangu, Mncube, Kabwe, Letsoalo
Subs: Sangare, Zulu, Tshibwabwa, Leepile, Seabi, Mashikinya, Mokwana, Masiya, Vilakazi
Cape Town Spurs: Vyver, Brown, Bern, Haukongo, Daniels, Nel, Petersen, Ngobe, Radiopane, Phewa, Velebayi
Subs: Dlamini, Moosa, Mpame, Cupdio, Ryan, Allie, Mortan, Finck
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