DURBAN – The MTN8 is the shortest of the PSL knockout competitions but the eight-team event is never short of fireworks as teams fight it out for quick cash.
It doesn’t get much better than SuperSport United versus Mamelodi Sundowns, the capital city rivals pitted against each other in the first leg of the semi-finals at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday.
But before that, Highlands Park face Polokwane City at Limpopo’s Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday.
Matsatsantsa A Pitori will be eyeing a third straight final having won the title two seasons ago and finished as runners-up last season. The difference this time is that the test is sterner as Sundowns have had the better of their cross-town rivals in recent times.
It was heartbreak for SuperSport last season as they failed to defend their crown, succumbing to Cape Town City on penalties in Durban.