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The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has confirmed the dates, venues, and kick-off times for the Carling Knockout quarter-final fixtures.

Carling Knockout
Orlando Pirates trio of Kermit Erasmus, Thembinkosi Lorch, and Patrick Maswanganyi celebrating Erasmus’ goal against Cape Town Spurs in the round of 16 clash at Orlando Stadium.


Polokwane City and Stellenbosch FC will kick-off proceedings on Friday night, 04 November 2023, when they lock horns at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane.

Kick-off is scheduled for 19h30.

On Saturday, 05 November 2023, Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban will host a double-header which will see Richards Bay FC taking on Orlando Pirates at 15h00 followed by the eThekwini Derby between AmaZulu FC and Lamontville Golden Arrows at 19h00.

The last fixture of the Carling Knockout quarterfinal stage will be the much-anticipated clash between Sekhukhune United and TS Galaxy FC at New Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday night (20h00).

Broadcasting Details

All the matches will be broadcast live on DStv channel 202(SuperSport PSL) with Richards Bay Vs Orlando Pirates and Sekhukhune United Vs TS Galaxy set to be broadcast on SABC 1 as well.

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