Kaizer Chiefs’ Absa Premiership game away from home against Golden Arrows, scheduled for October 22, has been postponed.
The PSL revealed the dates for the Telkom Knockout quarterfinals last night, announcing that Orlando Pirates would take on Arrows on October 23, and it was always believed that the Abafana Bes’thende v Amakhosi game would be moved.
It has now been confirmed that the two teams will indeed face off at a later date, although the exact details have not yet been made public.
The game between the two sides is still set to take place at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, although it is not yet known which month it will be played in.
Chiefs’ next competitive game will see them take on Free State Stars in the TKO quarterfinals on Sunday 20th October, as they look to take one step closer to the final of the competition.
However, before that they will take on Bloemfontein Celtic in the Macufe Cup this weekend.
By Joe Crann
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