Milano banking on home form

Two of Milano Unitedís last three NFD matches take place at their Grassy Park fortress, and that, says coach Theo Hempe, should give them the edge they need.
 
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Roses UtdThanda Royal26 April, 15:00
Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium
Baroka FCBlackburn Rovers26 April, 15:00
Old Peter Mokaba Stadium
Jomo CosmosSivutsa Stars27 April, 15:00
Makhulong Stadium
 
David Zulu (Black Leopards)
George Akpabio (Chippa United)
Thabiso Kutumela (Baroka FC)
Conrad Madolo (United FC)
Andile Mbenyane (Chippa United)
Mbulelo Wambi (United FC)
Gift Motupa (Baroka FC)
Lesvin Stoffels (Milano United AFC)
Rendani Ndou (Black Leopards)
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Match Feature: Sevilla v Valencia

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The restructured NFD is divided into two streams, one inland and another coastal - each of which consists of 8 teams. The winners of the two streams will play against each other in a 'final' at the end of the season - the victor of which will be promoted to the PSL.