Posted: 25 January 2016
For the second time in as many seasons, the Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay will host the MultiChoice Diski Challenge (PSL Reserve League).
Eight Premier Division clubs will be in action on Saturday and Sunday.
Log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns will be aiming to put daylight between themselves and second-placed Lamontville Golden Arrows. Sundowns will play Polokwane City at the Wolfson Stadium in Zwide on Saturday.
The Diski Challenge returns to PE for match day 12, on Saturday and Sunday, almost a year to the day since the province hosted the semi-finals of last year’s edition.
Entrance to the stadium is free and tickets are available at all Eastern Cape Computicket outlets and Shoprite/Checkers Money Market counters.
Two tickets will be allocated per person for each match day on a first-come-first-serve basis. On collection, people will be required to produce a valid South African ID document.
Chippa United, playing in their home turf, will also be in action against Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday. The Chilli Boys have not enjoyed a good outing so far – losing eight of their 11 matches. However, they are one of only two sides to have beaten the table-topping Sundowns.
All matches will be broadcast live on SuperSport 4 (DSTV channel 204) and SuperSport Select (DSTV channel 210) and on community TV channels on DSTV.
Maritzburg vs Free State Stars (Harry Gwala Stadium) 10am kick-off
Ajax vs Black Aces (Ikamva Stadium) 10am kick-off
Polokwane vs Sundowns (Wolfson Stadium) 10am kick-off
Wits vs Pirates (Wolfson Stadium) 12am kick-off
AmaTuks vs Bloem Celtic (Tuks Stadium) 10am kick-off
SuperSport vs Cosmos (Wolfson Stadium) 10am kick-off
Arrows vs Platinum Stars (King Zwelithini Stadium) 12am kick-off
Chippa vs Chiefs (Wolfson Stadium) 12am kick-off