What to expect in Nedbank Cup Semi-Final

It is Nedbank Cup semi-final weekend and we take on Bidvest Wits at Orlando Stadium. This is going to be a mouthwatering clash as we will be returning to football after months due to lockdown.

Playing against the Clever boys is always a tricky affair, the past five games the Masandawana have played it has resulted in four draws and a win for the Brazilians and this shows that the game on Saturday will be a humdinger.

Goals are to be expected at Orlando Stadium come Saturday, in our last five meetings against the Braamfontein based outfit we have found the back of the next on five occasions.

The Match kicks off at 19:15 and will be broadcasted on SS4v and SABC 1.

Previous Clash Highlights

10 Responses
  1. Keamogetswe Sekgothe

    We expect nothing but a win masandawana, gud luck gents! Pls give yor all in the pitch nd pls focus the enteir duration of the game, focus, teamwork, dedication, precition, sinegy nd selflessness cohession is always a winner, 4get about external distractions nd let it all-out in the field of play masandawana

  2. Keamogetswe Sekgothe

    Attack as a team nd defend water-tight as a team, fight nd play 4 the badge on the shirt, #Teamfirst ! Decision making have 2b always correct in the right time nd manner, remember y it takes 11-players 2 make a team, #passtheball

  3. Gaborone Mothudi

    This will be a very good motivation for our boys after a long break, we are behind you all the way…. KBY all the way

    1. Mike

      I can’t wait to see my beloved yellow machine in action tomorrow. We have everything to play for,we looking for a win and nothing else. We are behind you all the ,make us proud and brush aside the students. We need a tremble this time.We can do it guys.Who ever represents us,pliz do so with pride.Wishing you all the best tomorrow,my blood is yellow.

  4. Mmatopo Sara Mamabolo

    Yellow family may U Please Give us the Happiness U Used. To Nedbank Cup We Love U and will always Do We will Be Looked U Cause we can’t be at Stadium as we used to Good Luck Sky