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MTN8 PREVIEW | Winds of change as new-look teams aim for cup success

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SuperSport United players celebrates during the MTN 8 final match between Highlands Park and SuperSport United at Orlando Stadium on October 05, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
SuperSport United players celebrates during the MTN 8 final match between Highlands Park and SuperSport United at Orlando Stadium on October 05, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Lefty Shivambu

As we gear up for yet another exciting season, Sport24 previews all eight participants ahead of what promises to be a thrilling MTN8 tournament as the league's best gear up to face off for the R8 million grand prize.

Defending champions SuperSport United - having appeared in the last three finals - will be aiming to again stake their claim as the kings of the MTN8. Winds of change have blown through the Premier Soccer League (PSL) during the off-season, with new-look teams now aiming to prove they belong in the football elite.

Here, Sport24 previews all eight participants:

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Fixtures
Sat 24 Oct 20 20:15 PM (SAST)
AmaZulu
Orlando Pirates
Jonsson Kings Park Stadium
Sat 24 Oct 20 20:15 PM (SAST)
SuperSport United
Black Leopards
Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium
Sun 25 Oct 20 15:30 PM (SAST)
Stellenbosch
Swallows
Danie Craven Stadium
Results
Sat 24 Oct 20
AmaZulu 1
Orlando Pirates 1
Sat 24 Oct 20
Cape Town City 1
Chippa United 1
Sat 24 Oct 20
Kaizer Chiefs 0
Mamelodi Sundowns 3
Logs
Team
P
W
PTS
1. Mamelodi Sundowns
1
1
3
2. Baroka
1
1
3
3. AmaZulu
1
0
1
4. Bloemfontein Celtic
1
0
1