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Pirates, United matches rescheduled



The Absa Premiership matches involving South Africa’s participants in the CAF club competitions next month will be played on February 26.

Orlando Pirates were due to meet Moroka Swallows on February 17, while SuperSport had a meeting against Tshwane rivals University of Pretoria the day before.

But with Pirates involved in the CAF Champions League and SuperSport in the CAF Confederation Cup that weekend, both these matches have been shifted to February 26 during the period allocated by the PSL for the Nedbank Cup competition.

Pirates will come up against Comoros Island side Djabal FC in the first leg of their tie, with the venue for that match yet to be determined, though it is expected to be Orlando.

SuperSport have a much trickier tie against DR Congo outfit Don Bosco and will be away from home first.

Both those matches will be on the weekend of February 15-17.



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