Sundowns on verge of being crowned champs yet again


Wednesday 27 April

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Mamelodi Sundowns are on the cusp of taking the DStv Premiership title yet again, needing a solitary point at home to Cape Town City on Wednsday to be crowned champions. More details at www.soccer6.co.za.

M1 Lamontville Golden Arrows vs Kaizer Chiefs: Both clubs have recently fired their coaches but the changes made no immediate difference and they both failed to score at the weekend under caretaker management.

M2 Orlando Pirates vs Chippa United: Pirates have won 12 games in a row against Chippa, who had the weekend off but are still in potential relegation trouble.

M3 Lamia vs Panathinaikos: Panathinaikos beat Lamia 1-0 last week in the first leg of their Greek Cup semi-final. The winner of the tie takes on either Olympiakos or PAOK in the final.

M4 Fiorentina vs Udinese: Fiorentina, who are pushing for a top six finish in Serie A and a place in European club competition next season, have won 14 successive home games against Udinese, stretching back to 2007.

M5 SonderjyskE vs Odense BK: First leg of the Danish Cup semi-final. SonderjyskE won the cup two seasons ago while Odense last lifted the trophy in 2007.

M6 Olympiakos vs PAOK Salonika: Second leg of the Greek Cup semi-final after last weekend’s first leg in Salonika ended goalless. PAOK beat Olympiakos in last season’s Greek Cup final.

M7 Mamelodi Sundowns vs Cape Town City: Sundowns have scored 10 goals in their last two league games but have to bounce back here after the disappointment of Champions League elimination. City are unbeaten in all eight league games played this year.

M8 Atalanta vs Torino: Atalanta got back to winning ways at the weekend after five matches without a victory. Torino are on a four-match unbeaten run

M9 Bologna vs Inter Milan: Bologna last won at home against Inter 20 years ago and have a record against them at home of three wins, four draws and 15 defeats.

M10 Liverpool vs Villarreal: Liverpool are aiming to reach their 10th European Cup final at the expense of a Villarreal team who are hoping to play in their first. While this is Liverpool’s third Champions League semi-final in five seasons, Villarreal’s only previous appearance came 16 years ago – and ended in defeat against English opponents.

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