SMSA giving away tickets to Bafana tonight's game!

Kick-off 8:30pm.

Both nations will hope to use the fixture as a means of putting their World Cup qualification disappointment behind them, although South Africa’s agonising near-miss will no doubt give them added motivation when they take on their neighbours.

Bafana played their part with a 4-1 win over Botswana on Saturday, but Ethiopia’s victory in their clash with the Central African Republic saw them top Group A and progress to the final round of qualifying.

Zimbabwe, meanwhile, failed to register a single victory throughout their qualifying campaign, with two draws and four losses leaving them rooted to the bottom of Group G.

The likes of Belgium-based keeper Darren Keet and AmaZulu full-back Marc van Heerden are set to feature for Bafana with Igesund keen to expose some of the younger players to international football, while in-form striker Bernard Parker, who has netted five goals in his last seven matches at international level, is set to lead the line.

The Warriors came out on top the last time the teams met in November 2011, with Knowledge Musona doing the damage with a brace in the 2-1 victory in Harare, and the Kaizer Chiefs striker will once again be tasked with banging in the goals on Tuesday.

Musona’s club team-mates Kingston Nkhatha and Willard Katsande are also likely to play key roles for Ian Gorowa’s side in Johannesburg, while Khama Billiat and Cuthbert Malajila make up the rest of the PSL contingent, with the other members all based in Zimbabwe.

Meanwhile, Stadium Management of SA, has announced that match day tickets are still on sale at all Computicket and Shoprite/Checkers outlets nationwide.

The lower tier premium seat tickets that normally sell for R100 will be subsidised by 50% by SMSA/SAFA and will now sell at R50 for this match only.

The hospitality package is on sale at R 750.00 (ex VAT) and will include your suite ticket, complimentary wine, beer & soft drinks, dry snacks, burger & prego bar and a parking ticket at a ratio of 1:4. The facility will open 2 hours before the match and close strictly one hour after the match.

 Packages can be purchased through Computicket or SAIL (SAIL Hotline number: 081 486 3823) for more information and hospitality bookings, visit www.computicket.com or call 0861 915 8000.

 Stadium Management South Africa (SMSA) is giving away 40 tickets to Tuesday’s match at Orlando Stadium. Like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stadium-Management-South-Africa for your chance to win a set of tickets.



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