The first legs of the MTN8 semi-finals will get underway later this month, with four big teams set to do battle for a spot in the final.
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SuperSport United, who saw off Orlando Pirates, will have to face the other side of Soweto if they're to make it through, taking on Kaizer Chiefs on the 25th or 26th of August, while the other date will be occupied by Cape Town City and Mamelodi Sundowns after they beat Maritzburg United and Golden Arrows respectively.
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SuperSport and City get home advantage in the first leg, while the second legs - scheduled for the 1st and 2nd of September - will see the Amakhosi and Masandawana call upon their home supporters to make themselves heard in anticipation of what could be a huge MTN8 final.
Of the four clubs involved, only SuperSport - the reigning champions - and Chiefs have won it in the current format, with Masandawana having lasted lifted the top eight trophy in 2007 when it was the SAA Super Eight Cup.