Sundowns In CAF: Who, When & Where?
Check Out The Stadiums That Sundowns Will Be Visiting In The CAF Champions League
Mamelodi Sundowns now know who stands in their way for a spot in the CAF Champions League quarter-finals, and face trips to Guinea, Togo & Morocco.
Scroll through the gallery to see where Sundowns will be playing in Africa
Pitso Mosimane was present in Cairo yesterday evening when the draw took place, with Masandawana being pitted against Wydad Casablanca – who knocked them out last year – as well as Horoya AC and AS Togo-Port.
While the exact dates for each game have yet to be decided, what is known is that Sundowns will get their group underway in the first week of May at home against Wydad, before travelling to Guinea to face Horoya later that month.
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Masandawana will follow up their trip to Stade du 28 Septembre in Conakry with a game in Togo, with AS Port likely to use the Stade Municipal in Lomé. That match will be played on either the 17th or 18th of July.
Back at home, Sundowns welcome the Togolese champions to Pretoria between the 27th and 29th of July, before flying to Morocco mid-August to take on Wydad Stade Mohammed V in Casablanca, where their dreams were crushed in 2017.
Lastly, Mosimane’s side will end the group in the last week of August when they host Horoya at home, and they will be eager to make sure that they land themselves a place in the top two.
All three clubs are in the tournament by virtue of winning their respective leagues last year, and the Brazilians will certainly not have an easy ride.
Who do you think will cause Sundowns problems?