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All roads lead to Baobab Stadium for Chibuku Cup quarter final games

By Tafadzwa Chigandiwa | Nehanda Sports |

Harare and Bulawayo have missed out on hosting the Chibuku Super Cup quarter-final games, the Premier Soccer League (PSL) confirmed on Monday.

The Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro is the home of Ngezi Platinum Stars FC
The Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro is the home of Ngezi Platinum Stars FC

The PSL officially announced Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro as the host for the four games that are slated for Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

The quarter-final games will be played as follows:

On Saturday, 11am, Chicken Inn will play Ngezi Platinum Stars.

The Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro is the home of Ngezi Platinum Stars FC
The Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro is the home of Ngezi Platinum Stars FC

The match will be followed by the much anticipated tricky encounter between reigning league winners FC Platinum and Chibuku Cup defending champions Highlanders FC at 3pm.

Moreover, on Sunday newly promoted Cranborne Bullets will face off against Harare City in a breakfast kickoff before Harare giants Dynamos FC lock horns with army side, Black Rhinos FC.

The Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro is the home of Ngezi Platinum Stars FC
The Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro is the home of Ngezi Platinum Stars FC
The Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro is the home of Ngezi Platinum Stars FC
The Baobab Stadium in Ngezi, Mhondoro is the home of Ngezi Platinum Stars FC

The games will be graced by the return of fans into the stadium since March 2020 during the Castle Challenge Cup match between Platinum and Bosso played at Barbourfields Stadium.

This follows after last weeks’ waiver by the Sports and Recreation Commission, to allow 2 000 fully vaccinated fans to watch the games live.

However, the PSL will further announce how the fans will have access to buy tickets for the four games. Nehanda Radio

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