AmaZulu were hoping to have the game at their preferred venue, as Cavin Johnson’s team are unbeaten in six matches there this season – which includes wins over Baroka FC, Free State Stars and Cape Town City, and draws with Maritzburg United, Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns.

 

The Premier Soccer League announced on Monday that Usuthu will have to host the Buccaneers at Durban’s 2010 World Cup venue, Moses Mabhida Stadium, instead.

 

Usuthu’s manager Qedi Dlamini said previously if King Zwelithini Stadium was not suitable, then the club hoped their second-choice Princess Magogo Stadium would be chosen.

 

Acting PSL chief executive Mato Madlala had told Independent Media on Saturday that they had “raised a few things as the league, and AmaZulu have to write to us and respond about those issues.