Privateers lost 5-4 on punishments to Morocco's RS Berkane in the last in Uyo, Nigeria on Friday.
Bucs can rescue their season by completing second on the DStv Premiership log.
With nine focuses to play for, the Buccaneers can go the entire way to completing in runner up, which see them contending in the Caf Champions League next season.
They are right now in seventh spot on the log with 40 focuses after 27 games. Assuming they win all their leftover matches, Pirates can arrive at 49 places and be level with Cape Town City, momentum tenant of the other participants spot with their season having finished this previous end of the week. A superior objective distinction for Bucs, in any case, will see them jumping City.
Privateers will confront Maritzburg United on Tuesday at the Orlando Stadium on Tuesday. There is as yet an enormous worry for Pirates going into this conflict against the Team of Choice. Ncikazi's charges really can't find the rear of the net nowadays and the mentor faults himself for the club's absence of deadly power forthright.
The game against Maritzburg will be significant for the Buccaneers, with Ncikazi and his co-mentor Fadlu Davids having been exceptionally vocal about their longing to see the club wrap as sprinters up in the association after Mamelodi Sundowns wrapped-up the title weeks prior.
Privateers will confront a Maritzburg side that has endure assignment, yet couldn't complete inside the main 8. The KwaZulu-Natal outfit is in twelfth spot with 31 focuses going into their last round of the mission.
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