Updated: Thu, 27 Feb 2014 13:03:25 GMT

Nedbank Cup last-16 draw

The draw for the Nedbank Cup last-16 was made in Johannesburg on Thursday afternoon, with defending champions Kaizer Chiefs handed a very favourable tie against FC Buffalo.


Nedbank Cup last-16 draw

Nedbank Cup last-16 draw

The draw for the Nedbank Cup last-16 was made in Johannesburg on Thursday afternoon, with defending champions Kaizer Chiefs handed a very favourable tie against FC Buffalo.

The event was held at the Carlton Centre where players from all 16 teams were present, along with members of the public and media, to witness the Premier Soccer League, National First Division and SAFA Eastern Cape Second Division sides learn their fate.

Amakhosi look set to continue their title defence through to the quarter-finals after being handed a home match against FC Buffalo, the lowest ranked side left in the competition.

Orlando Pirates, meanwhile, will travel to Cape Town to face Santos, while notable all-PSL ties see Moroka Swallows host SuperSport United, AmaZulu take on Bidvest Wits and Maritzburg United travel to cup specialists Platinum Stars.

The Nedbank Cup last-16 draw:

AmaZulu v Bidvest Wits

Moroka Swallows v SuperSport United

Celtic v Witbank Spurs

Kaizer Chiefs v FC Buffalo

Golden Arrows v Mamelodi Sundowns

Platinum Stars v Maritzburg United

African Warriors v Milano United

Santos v Orlando Pirates

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