From the pick of the fixtures there’s defending champions, Free State Stars hosting Richards Bay FC.
Last season’s runners up Maritzburg United travel to Witbank Spurs. Tornado FC’s hoping to cause the biggest upset when they face Kaizer Chiefs.
Then the two trickiest matches include Sundowns against Chippa United at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, and SuperSport United visiting Cape Town City at the Cape Town Stadium.
Orlando Pirates are hoping to be in contention for trophies on several fronts, as they visit Black Leopards at a passionate Thohoyandou Stadium.
Here’s how the South African fraternity is looking forward to these games.
— Peter Leeuwenburgh (@pleeuwenburgh) January 25, 2019
The Nedbank Cup last 32 clash between Black Leopards and Orlando Pirates that takes place this Saturday at Thohoyandou Stadium (18:00) has been sold out. This venue has a capacity of 40 000. #FARPost pic.twitter.com/TdBZUUUEnF
— FARPost (@FarPostSA) January 25, 2019
??? MATCH DAY ???
— SuperSport United FC (@SuperSportFC) January 26, 2019
Are you ready for #SowetoDerby
Are you Ready for the #NedbankCup
Ndi Macheloni??? pic.twitter.com/dFilVlHKL6
— Lady D Iron Lady #22????? (@LadyD_IronLady) January 25, 2019
Ticket alert ?
No tickets will be available at the stadium this evening .
— AmaZulu FC (@AmaZuluFootball) January 25, 2019
— Thandi Merafe (@thandi_399) January 25, 2019
?Chippa United Vs Mamelodi Sundowns
?? Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
— NMB Stadium (@NMB_Stadium) January 26, 2019
— Rob Delport (@FMSouthAfrica) January 25, 2019
Sundowns! ??? I’m just practicing for today #NedbankCup
— Alungile Nondlwana (@Sihlalo_Wesjita) January 26, 2019
#BringTheGees ??? It’s all going down @NMB_Stadium on Sat, 26 Jan 2019 ?? The Chilli Boyz take on @Masandawana in the Nedbank Cup Round of 32 ?? #ayeyechilliboyzayeye #seasonofrevival ?? Tickets available @TicketProSA outlets #staylekker get your tickets today! pic.twitter.com/YE87qPqeHq
— Chippa United FC (@ChippaUnitedFC) January 25, 2019
— Alex™ ??? (@AlexSithole) January 26, 2019
Peter Shalulile’s penalty in the penalty shootout puts Highland Park through in the Nedbank Cup away against Amazulu.
— john muinjo (@JohnMuinjo) January 25, 2019