The Buccaneers and Amakhosi will lock horns on Saturday the 9th of February 2019 at FNB Stadium. Tickets of the Soweto arch-rivals are already on sale at Computicket and Shoprite/Checkers outlets nationwide.
Kaizer Chiefs will be out to seek revenge for the series of losses against Orlando Pirates late 2018. The losses were heart breaking not just to fans but to also players. Emotional Itumeleng Khune spoke to Supersports TV last year complaining about the then defense. “I mean we can’t be conceding goals like this, week in and week out, we make schoolboy errors. We want to work as hard as any other team. It’s heart-breaking. “Complained Khune.
bragging rights throughout the festive season. The Soweto Derby used to be criticized heavily for the shortage of goals but latest matches have shown incredible goals.
Diepsloot Orlando Pirates fan Sphamandla Ndlangamandla says he is certain that Buccaneers will repeat what they did last year to chiefs and Ndlangamandla claim that he has already bought a ticket to watch the match.
A lot has changed in the Kaizer Chiefs camp since the two giants last locked horns. Kaizer Chiefs has been seen changing formations in a bid to yield different results.
Cosmo City Kaizer Chiefs fan Nokuthula Masuku say she is expecting nothing else but a win from the glamour boys. “We are not interested in excuses last time I flew to Durban to watch a loss. Whatever that needs to be done must be done.” Said Masuku.
The breakdown of cost of tickets is as follows:
• Level 1: R100
• Level 2: R150
• Level 5: R70
• Children under the age of 12: R30