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JUST A WEEK after a 6-0 humiliation at the hands of FC Platinum in the ZNA Charity Shield, Caps United will face Pure Platinum Play again, this time in the quarterfinals of the Chibuku Super Cup this weekend.

The draw, conducted on Tuesday afternoon at Warren Park One Beer Hall in Harare, will also see another big clash in Bulawayo featuring How Mine and a wounded Highlander.

In the other matches, Chiredzi FC will take on Harare City while Triangle travel to Black Rhinos.

The matches would be broadcast on Supersport with the venues to be determined by the movement of broadcasting equipment between Friday and Sunday.

In the first round draw, the top eight teams, as of Week 15 were seeded and were at home.

Bulawayo giants Highlanders progressed to the quarter finals after defeating Shabanie Mine 1-0 while How Mine overcame Chicken Inn by the same score line with Triangle elbowing out Hwange 4-3 on penalties.

Chiredzi FC booted out army side Buffaloes following a 4-3 victory while Black Rhinos sent Dynamos reeling out of the tourney after handing them a 1-0 defeat.

Winners of the trophy are set to walk away with $75,000 while the losing finalists will take home $50,000.

The two losing semi-finalists will each pocket $25,000 while teams that get knocked out at the quarter-final stage will walk away $20,000 richer.

Teams that were knocked out of the competition are guaranteed $15,000 each.

Full Draw

How Mine v Highlanders; Black Rhinos v Triangle; Chiredzi v Harare city; Caps United v FC Platinum


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