Baroka coach Dylan Kerr is hoping for another home draw when the Nedbank Cup quarterfinal is conducted on Tuesday night.
The final spot for the Nedbank Cup quarterfinals will be decided after the match between Bidvest Wits and Chippa United which is the last of the round of 16 matches.
They meet at Bidvest Stadium tonight (19:30).
Teams that have progressed so far are Baroka, Mamelodi Sundowns, Bloemfontein Celtic, Real Kings, TS Sporting, Highlands Park and Black Leopards.
Having played their last 32 and the last 16 matches at Peter Mokaba Stadium, Kerr says would make it easier for them to get to the semi-finals.
“I would love another home draw, who is going to be is down to that Tuesday night 2 ball pickers that hopefully will give us the right draw,” he said after the win against Hungry Lions.
“But if get to the final you have to beat whoever comes whether it is an NFD (GladAfrica) or whether it is a Premier team a ticket to the semi-final that’s the bonus but we will see,” he said.
Baroka have reached the semifinals of the Nedbank Cup in 2011 while they were still playing in the then Vodacom League (now ABC Motsepe League) under the watchful eye of Selly Chokoe assisted by Kgoloko Thobejane.
By Ofhani Munyai