The Kaizer Chiefs faithful in Port Elizabeth is set to witness their team from up close, with their Nedbank Cup clash against The Magic FC moved to Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
The dates and venues for the round of 16 stage of the tournament were confirmed on Thursday night, with the action set to kick off on Wednesday, 13 February and running until Sunday, the 17th.
One of the last fixtures of the round will see Amakhosi travel to the Windy City to take on the Cape Town-based outfit, which has been billed as the home team, due to failure to secure an available venue in the Mother City.
The minnows are one of three teams from the same city staging home fixtures on the weekend, with first-division outfit, Cape Umoya United hosting Mbombela United at Athlone Stadium, while Cape Town City welcome Highlands Park to the Cape Town Stadium, with both matches taking place on Friday.
Nedbank Cup last 16 fixtures
Wednesday, 13 February
Black Leopards vs Bidvest Wits – Thohoyandou Stadium
Friday, 15 February
Cape Umoya United vs Mbombela United – Athlone Stadium
Cape Town City vs Highlands Park – Cape Town Stadium
Saturday, 16 February
Witbank Spurs vs Golden Arrows – Puma Rugby Stadium
Chippa United vs Tshakuma – Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Bloemfontein Celtic vs Richards Bay FC – Free State Stadium
Sunday, 17 February
Jomo Cosmos vs TS Galaxy – TBC
The Magic FC vs Kaizer Chiefs – Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
#NedbankCup Round of 16 Fixtures Venues, kick-off times and dates confirmed