Durban is set for a Carling Knockout Cup bonanza after it was confirmed on Tuesday morning that the city would host both the tournament’s semifinals and its final. 

The draw for the last four pitches Richards Bay FC, who effected the upset of the quarterfinals with their win over Orlando Pirates in the quarterfinals, against Stellenbosch FC. That match is due to be played on 2 December.

The second semi, which will be played a day later, sees Amazulu FC playing host to TS Galaxy.

The final will be played at Durban’s Moses Mahbida Stadium, which means the venue will be hosting its second final in three months after the MTN8 final between Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns was also played there.

The final is slated to be played on 16 December.