Fixtures will be spread over Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday (20, 21, 23) October 2018. Tickets will be sold at TicketPro outlets and Spar countrywide. The PSL will advise on availability in due course.
On Saturday, there will be a total of five fixtures: For the early kick-off (15h30), Baroka FC will host Lamontville Golden Arrows at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane while Free State Stars will renew cup rivalry with Telkom Knockout defending champions, Bidvest Wits at Goble Park S in Bethlehem.
In the evening, Pitso Mosimane’s Mamelodi Sundowns, who have won this competition before in 2015, will be playing against last year’s runner-ups and 2012 TKO champions, Bloemfontein Celtic coached by Steve Komphela. Kick-off is at 18h00.
At 20h15, there will be two fixtures: At Harry Gwala Stadium, Maritzburg United will enjoy home advantage against Highlands Park.
At the same time, Orlando Pirates – another side that has tasted glory in the Telkom Knockout back in 2011, will play Chippa United at Orlando Stadium.
On Sunday, three-time TKO champions Kaizer Chiefs will be at home to Black Leopards who are making their return to the Telkom Knockout competition after a number of years of absence. The match will be at FNB Stadium in Soweto at 15h30.
Also on Sunday, 2014 TKO champions SuperSport United will travel to the Limpopo to face Polokwane City at 15h30.
The last fixture of the round of 16 will be on Tuesday, 23 October 2018 between AmaZulu and Cape Town City at the King Zwelithini Stadium. Kick-off is at 19h30.
Saturday, 20 October 2018:
Baroka FC vs. Golden Arrows, Old Peter Mokaba Stadium; Free State Stars vs. Wits, Goble Park; Mamelodi Sundowns vs. Bloemfontein Celtic, Lucas Moripe Stadium; Maritzburg United vs. Highlands Park, Harry Gwala Stadium; Orlando Pirates vs. Chippa United, Orlando Stadium.
Sunday, 21 October 2018:
Polokwane City vs. SuperSport United, Old Peter Mokaba Stadium; Kaizer Chiefs vs. Black Leopards, FNB Stadium.
Tuesday, 23 October 2018:
AmaZulu vs. Cape Town City FC, King Zwilithini Stadium.