By Anashe Murombedzi
Mhondoro-Ngezi is set to host the Chibuku Super Cup quarter-finals with all the matches being played at Baobab stadium this weekend.
This has been spiced up by the fact that all the Chibuku Super Cup quarter-finals will be played at one venue over two days with two thousand fully vaccinated spectators permitted to watch each match.
PSL spokesperson Kudzai Bare spoke on the modalities that are being put in place to ensure the safety of the fans.
“We are currently working on the logistics of ticketing issue we will be selling advance tickets because of Covid we won’t be allowing tickets sold at the stadium. We are working on the tickets and will be sharing the prices as well as the selling points once everything is finalised. We are also working with the ZRP in terms of security as you are aware will be having fans to tighten our security measures,” Bare said.
The quarter-finals which get underway on Saturday will see 2019 finalists FC Platinum squaring off with defending champions Highlanders, while Ngezi Platinum will be banking on familiar territory to upset Chicken Inn.
On Sunday, Dynamos will seek to protect their unbeaten run as they face Black Rhinos, while Harare City will clash with Cranborne Bullets.