CAPE TOWN – Cape Town City have put their quarter-final exit from the Nedbank Cup in the past and are aiming to return to winning ways in Durban on Saturday when they face Golden Arrows in a Premiership match at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium (3pm kickoff).
The two sides played to a goalless draw in the first round at the Cape Town Stadium.
City are six places above Arrows in the standings, in fourth place.
“We are expecting a tough game against a side that will be on a high after making it into the semi-finals of the Cup,” said City head coach Benni McCarthy.
“They are a good opposition to play and will be on a high after securing passage into the next round of the Cup that we bowed out of after a disappointing 2-0 defeat at Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday.