A comprehensive wrap of all the collated fixtures, scores and match reports from the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals:
FRIDAY, 8 APRIL
TTM 3-2 SuperSport United
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) pulled off a great upset when they came from two goals down to beat SuperSport United 3-2 after extra-time in the Nedbank Cup quarterfinals in Thohoyandou on Friday.
Jesse Donn and Ghampani Lungu, from the penalty spot, had seemingly given Matsatsantsa a comfortable cushion but the hosts hit back through goals by Tumi Ngwepe and Naeem Amoojee.
It was left to Tumelo Makha to seal the comeback victory for the GladAfrica Championship outfit in the first half of extra-time and book a last four berth in front of buoyant home fans returning to the stands for the first time this season.
SATURDAY, 9 APRIL
Marumo Gallants 1-0 Baroka FC
Marumo Gallants FC are on course to defend their Nedbank Cup crown after claiming a 1-0 win over Baroka FC in the quarterfinals at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Goalkeeper King Ndlovu and Miguel Timm returned amongst other change for Gallants, as Elvis Chipezeze replaced Oscarine Masuluke in the goal of Baroka with Evidence Makgopa on the bench.
Former Golden Arrows striker Lerato Lamola was given the task to put the host ahead after 13 minutes played off a through pass by Mpho Mvelase but Chipezeze smothered him.
Mamelodi Sundowns 5-0 Summerfield Dynamos - MATCH REPORT
SUNDAY, 10 APRIL
Royal AM 3-2 University of Pretoria