The draw is set to start at 7.30pm.
So far, 12 clubs have proceeded to the round of 16 following this past weekend’s fixtures. Four of these 12 clubs are from Safa structures and National First Division.
They are (in order of qualification): Cape Town City, AmaZulu, Ubuntu Cape Town, Mamelodi Sundowns, Maritzburg United, Steenburg United, Chippa United, Orlando Pirates, EC Bees, Royal Eagles, Kaizer Chiefs and Bloemfontein Celtic.
The remaining spots in the round of 16 will be decided during Wednesday night’s Nedbank Cup round of 32 fixtures.
Super Eagles vs Free State Stars (Goble Park, 6pm)
Platinum Stars vs Baroka FC (Royal Bafokeng Stadium, 7.30pm)
Richards Bay FC vs Bloemfontein Young Tigers (Umhlathuze Sports Complex, 7.30pm)
Stellenbosch FC vs Highlands Park (Athlone Stadium, 7.30pm)
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