Win double tickets for SuperSport against Chiefs encounter

Friends and former team-mates Siphiwe Tshabalala and Reneilwe Letsolonyane. They will put their friendship aside on Saturday as they fight for the three crucial points at Mbombela Stadium.

Those who watched the Nedbank Cup quarter-final between Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United jumped for joy when the referee, Victor Gomes blew the final whistle after extra-time at FNB Stadium on Saturday.
The match was deadlocked at one-all after 90 minutes of regulation time and 30 minutes of extra time. Chiefs’ George Maluleka was the unfortunate player not to score in the penalty shoot-out.
The two Gauteng based teams are set to lock horns for the second time in a week as they renew their rivalry in the Absa Premiership.
The match will be played at Mbombela Stadium on Saturday. Kick-off is at 18:00.
Both teams have been in sublime form this season and are both on course to lift the domestic title.

Friends and former team-mates Siphiwe Tshabalala and Reneilwe Letsolonyane. They will put their friendship aside on Saturday as they fight for the three crucial points at Mbombela Stadium.

Amakhosi having already missed out on the MTN 8, Telkom Knockout and the Nedbank Cup this season.
Despite bowing out of the Nedbank Cup, the Steve Komphela has silenced his critics by leading Chiefs’ to 12 consecutive, unbeaten league matches. Amakhosi are third on the Premier League log table.
But SuperSport, which have lost their last three league games (exclude Tuesday encounter against Bidvest Wits), most recently going down twice to their Tshwane rivals Mamelodi Sundowns (5-0 and 1-0) in less than a week, will be no pushovers.
The tickets are already selling at Computicket and Shoprite/Checkers outlets nationwide at a cost of R50 for adults and R20 for children. Gates open at 14:00 and game kick-off at 18:00.

George Lebese celebrates his goal against Chippa United at Mbombela Stadium on April 15.

Meanwhile, Mpumalanga News and the Mbombela Stadium Management are giving away 25 double-tickets to luck readers.

To stand a chance to win one of the 25-double tickets, answer the simple question: Name one player who currently plays for SuperSport who previously played for Chiefs.

If you know the answer e-mails it to including your name, surname and contact numbers.

The competition closes on Friday at 09:00. Only winners will be notified telephonically.

Mbombela Stadium is also selling VIP hospitality packages for the match.
* Platinum package cost R1 200 per person. It includes prime position suite, parking, executive bar, premium buffet, snacks on arrival and expert service staff.
* Gold package cost R850 per person and it include suite level – north, snacks on arrival, parking, premium bar, full buffet and expert service staff.
* Silver package cost R200 per person. It is situated at restaurant suite level and include parking. Food and beverages are on sale.
* There is also a 32-seater dry suite at a cost of R12 000. It include food and beverages through the stadium only.
For more information, contact Asiat on 082-700-3664 or 013-757-4600.

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