SAFA Soweto has ordered the Under-17 sides of Orlando Pirates and SuperSport Tottenham to determine the team to play Kaizer Chiefs in the final of the Gauteng Future Champions international under-17 tournament on Saturday.
This was after Pirates and SuperSport finished their Group B campaign with the same number of points (eight), goals scored (five) and goals conceded (two).
Of the four games in this tournament sponsored by the Gauteng department of sport, arts, culture and recreation, the two teams won two each without tasting defeat.
Pirates and SuperSport completed their group stages campaign with 2-0 victories over Tuks Academy and Inter Africa Academy, respectively.
Chiefs, guided by Doctor Khumalo, beat the once mighty Transnet Football School of Excellence 3-0 to qualify for the final.
Patrick Ntshayisa is coaching Pirates, while Kaitano Tembo is in charge of SuperSport.
"We have decided that Pirates and SuperSport must play on Wednesday to determine the team to face Chiefs in the final in Soweto on November 22," said Safa Soweto boss Phil Mogodi.
Whoever wins between Pirates and SuperSport will also join Chiefs as South African representatives in the international leg of the tournament from January 25 to 30. Twelve teams from across the globe will take part in the international leg of this tournament, won by Argentina's Boca Juniors, who beat Esperance of Tunisia 2-0 in the inaugural final last year.
"We are happy that the tournament has generated interest locally and globally, we will also use it to create awareness of the 2010 World Cup," Mogodi said.