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Can Maritzburg Cause An Upset Against The High-Flying Masandawana?

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By Soccer Laduma - Apr 20, 2018 02:04 PM

Sunday, April 22, will see Maritzburg United host Mamelodi Sundowns in the second semi-final of the Nedbank Cup. This promises to be an exciting match as both teams are playing entertaining football. The hosts will be hoping to have the backing of their supporters at Harry Gwala, however, Sundowns are at an ultimate high. 

Arsenal host West Ham United in an English Premier League match at the Emirates on Sunday. The Gunners lost 2-1 in their previous game against Newcastle United and will be looking to get maximum points against their opponents who drew 1-all against Stoke City.  

 

Maritzburg United v  Mamelodi Sundowns (Nedbank Cup)
 
Match 3 Soccer 6 Pool 22 April S6 V3 P1
 
League Rankings: Sundowns 1st & Maritzburg 3rd
 
Useful facts: Runaway Absa Premiership log leaders, Ka Bo Yellow, will hope their impressive form continues when they face Fadlu Davids’ side in the Nedbank Cup semi-final this weekend. The Team of Choice will look to keep the Brazilians’ unstoppable and Percy Tau quiet. The little magician has contributed massively to Masandawana’s consistent run in all competitions this season. With Downs on the verge of league glory, a not-to-be-underestimated Maritzburg will hope to deny the Chloorkop side a spot in the Nedbank Cup final when they meet at the Harry Gwala Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The last time these two teams met, 1-0 was the result in favour of Pitso Mosimane’s charges.
 
Motshidisi Mohono: Sundowns  
 
 
Arsenal v West Ham (English Premier League)
 
Match 1 Soccer 6 Pool 22 April S6 V3 P1
 
League Rankings: Arsenal 6th & West Ham 14th
 
Useful facts: The Gunners are out to bounce back to winning ways after suffering a 2-1 defeat to Newcastle last Saturday. Arsene Wenger’s charges blew an early 1-0 lead to allow the Magpies to secure three vital points. Meanwhile, the Hammers are also in search of the crucial maximum as they seek to keep themselves in the Premier League for the 2018/19 campaign.
 
Motshidisi Mohono: Arsenal

 

 

 

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