The Orange FA Cup is set to provide football fans with a thrilling weekend as several Premier League, First Division and Regional Football sides go head-to-head in the upcoming fixtures, the teams are preparing for the fixtures that will kick start from February 10 until 17.

One of the most anticipated matches of the last 48 will see Magosi FC take on Mochudi Center Chiefs FC. Both teams have been in impressive form this season in their respective leagues and are expected to put on a show for the fans. Newly established Magosi FC, will be looking to cause an upset and secure a spot in the next round. However, Mochudi Center Chiefs FC, known for their attacking prowess, will be determined to sweep away their opponents and progress in the competition.

In another exciting fixture, Botswana Football League (BFL) sides VTM FC and Matebele FC will battle it out on the pitch. VTM FC, known for their strong defense and disciplined play, will be a tough opponent for Matebele FC.

However, Matebele FC has shown great resilience throughout the season and will be looking to prove themselves against their higher-ranked opponents.

Meanwhile, Debswana First Division South League (DFFSL) sides, UB Hawks FC and Tlokweng United, will face off. UB Hawks FC, currently struggling in the league, will be hoping to find their form in the cup competition and secure a much-needed victory. On the other hand, Tlokweng United will be looking to cause an upset and showcase their potential in the tournament.

In another First Division clash, Notwane FC will take on Flamengo Santos FC. Both teams have been performing well in their respective leagues and will be eager to continue their winning streaks. Notwane FC, currently struggling in the DFDSL First table, will be looking to prove themselves against Flamengo Santos FC and secure a place in the next round.

Football fans across the country are eagerly awaiting these fixtures, as they promise to provide an exciting weekend of football action. With Premier League and First Division sides going head-to-head, anything can happen, and fans can expect thrilling matches filled with goals, drama, and intense competition.

The Orange FA Cup provides an opportunity for these underdogs to showcase their talent and prove that size and reputation do not always determine the outcome of a match. It is a chance for players from the lowest regional leagues to go head-to-head with seasoned professionals, testing their skills and pushing the boundaries of what is possible.

The passion and enthusiasm that radiate from the fans in the villages are infectious. They come out in droves, filling the dusty play grounds with their cheers, chants, and unwavering support. For them, the Orange FA Cup is a chance to witness history in the making, as their local teams take on giants and defy the odds.

As the tournament unfolds, fans eagerly anticipate the stages of small teams upsetting bigger ones. It is a rollercoaster of emotions, where hope and belief collide with the sheer determination of the underdogs. The Orange FA Cup has become a symbol of resilience, where dreams are realized and legends are born.