The Premier Soccer League has announced the payout structure for the 2014 Nedbank Cup, with the winner set to pocket a cool R7million.
The draw for the Nedbank Cup round of 32 was made Thursday, with Chiefs beginning their title defence away to Black Leopards.
The draw for the Telkom Knockout took place on Monday, with last season's finalists Celtic and Sundowns to face off in round one.
Black Leopards' relegation was confirmed on the final day of the season with a 3-2 defeat to Free State Stars at Goble Park.
Free State Stars entertain basement outfit Black Leopards on Saturday with the visitors' top-flight status hanging by a thread.
Orlando Pirates bounced back to winning ways in emphatic fashion on Wednesday with a 4-1 win over Black Leopards at the Orlando Stadium.
Leopards make the trip to the Orlando Stadium to face Pirates, knowing relegation play-offs will be their only hope of survival if they fail to win.
Sundowns compounded Leopards' relegation concerns as they thumped the PSL's basement side 5-2 at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Tuesday.
Leopards will be looking to claw their way off the foot of the table when they host Mamelodi Sundowns on Tuesday evening.
A first-half brace from Bongani Ndulula helped AmaZulu to an emphatic 4-0 win against Black Leopards on Wednesday.
AmaZulu will hope to get back to winning ways when they face Black Leopards in their PSL clash at the Princess Magogo Stadium on Wednesday.
University of Pretoria dealt Leopards' survival hopes a huge blow as they earned a 3-1 victory at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday.
Black Leopards will be hoping to climb three points clear of the PSL relegation zone when they host University of Pretoria on Saturday.
Black Leopards rallied from a goal down to record a vital 2-1 victory over Ajax Cape Town at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium on Tuesday.