Majatlhaga, Magosi headline FA Cup ties

Battle royal: Chiefs PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Battle royal: Chiefs PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

The southern region will tomorrow have its turn to start the new edition of the Orange FA Cup Round of 48. The highlight of the fixtures is the clash between finalists in the last edition, Masitaoka and tomorrow’s hosts, Mochudi Centre Chiefs.

The new edition kicked off last weekend in the northern region. Majatlhaga, as Masitaoka are affectionately known to their fans, will be hoping for a repeat of their successful journey in the last edition where they managed to reach the finals against all odds.

On their way to the final, they knocked out favourites at the time, Township Rollers, in the semi-finals before they lost to Gaborone United (GU) in the final. It will be interesting to see how Magosi intend to contain Masitaoka’s front three, which consists of speedy winger, Kobamelo Kebaikanye, Patrick Kaunda and Namibian striker, Ambrosias Amseb.

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