Updated: Tue, 28 Jan 2014 15:57:41 GMT

Nedbank Cup last 32 fixtures

Ajax Cape Town and Mamelodi Sundowns will kick off the Nedbank Cup last 32 when they meet in Athlone on February 21.


Nedbank Cup last 32 fixtures

Nedbank Cup last 32 fixtures

Ajax Cape Town and Mamelodi Sundowns will kick off the Nedbank Cup last 32 when they meet in Athlone on February 21.

With the preliminary rounds of the competition complete, the Premier Soccer League clubs now enter into the equation.

The draw for the last 32 was held earlier in the month and the fixtures have now been confirmed.

Nedbank Cup last 32:

Friday, February 21

Ajax Cape Town vs Mamelodi Sundowns

FC Buffalo vs FC Cape Town

Saturday, February 22

Thanda Royal Zulu vs Orlando Pirates

Free State Stars vs Witbank Spurs

AmaBEE vs Bidvest Wits

Platinum Stars vs Great North

Golden Arrows vs Polokwane City

University of Pretoria vs SuperSport United

Maritzburg United MP Black Aces

Moroka Swallows vs Mbombela United

Sunday, February 23

Black Leopards vs Kaizer Chiefs

Milano United vs Bloemfontein Young Tigers

United FC vs AmaZulu

Mainstay United vs African Warriors

Wednesday, February 26

University OF Stellenbosch vs Bloemfontein Celtic

Santos FC VS Gamalakhe United

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