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PSL announces steep ticket charges for Chibuku Super Cup quarter-finals.

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The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has announced steep ticket charges for fans to attend the Chibuku Super Cup quarterfinal games this weekend.

According to the PSL, the lowest ticket has been pegged at US$20 while the VIP is going for US$50 or equivalent at the interbank rate. This means at the current rate fans are expected to fork out at least ZW$1 940 for the lowest ticket and ZW$4 850 for the VIP arena.

All four matches will be played at the Baobab Stadium in Ngezi and a maximum of 2 000 fully vaccinated fans will be allowed in the venue.

The eight clubs have been allocated a maximum of 250 tickets each for pre-sale with 200 seats for the rest of ground and 50 for the VIP.

The first quarter-final match pits and Chicken Inn against Ngezi Platinum Stars on Saturday morning while FC Platinum will be entertaining Highlanders in the afternoon in the second quarter-final clash.

On Sunday, Harare City and Cranborne Bullets face off in the morning while the last quarterfinal match will see Dynamos and Black Rhinos locking horns.

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