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6 Mar 2021
7:11 am

 Sundowns chase hat-trick of Champions League group wins


Masandawana are currently sitting pretty on top of Group B.

Sundowns co-head coach Rulani Mokwena. Picture: Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix.

Mamelodi Sundowns, playing in DR Congo today against TP Mazembe, seek to make it three wins out of three in their African Champions League group and all but secure their place in the quarter-final line-up. More details at


Saturday 6 March

S10 V2

M1 Burnley vs Arsenal: The Gunners, with three goals in each of their last two games, are unbeaten on their last nine trips to Turf Moor, with five wins and four draws.

M2 Watford v Nottingham Forest: Watford’s loss at Bournemouth last weekend ended a run of four successive victories. Forest have lost twice and drawn the other two of their previous four clashes with Watford.

M3 Cape Town City vs Stellenbosch FC: Derby match is only the fourth meeting between the clubs. City won 2-1 at Stellenbosch in December while last season there was one win apiece.

M4 TP Mazembe Englebert vs Mamelodi Sundowns: Champions League clash between the two Group B favourites. Congolese champions Mazembe have ever lost at home to South African opposition.

M5 Bloemfontein Celtic vs Maritzburg United: Celtic have only beaten Maritzburg four times at home, losing six and drawing five of rhe KwaZulu-Natal club’s previous visits in the Free State capital.

M6 Chippa United vs Orlando Pirates: This is the fourth of six successive home games for Chippa. Pirates have won their last 10 matches against Chippa and 12 out of 16 overall.

M7 Sheffield United vs Southampton: Southampton have won their last three clashes against the Blades with a 7-1 goal aggregate.

M8 Kaizer Chiefs vs Petro Atletico: Chiefs have yet to score in their opening two Champions League group games while Petro fired their Spanish coach after losing 4-1 to Wydad Casablanca last month.

M9 Aston Villa vs Wolverhampton Wanderers: There has been a winner of each of the last seven Midlands derbies between these two clubs with Wolves 4-3 ahead in the win count

M10 Brighton & Hove Albion vs Leicester City: Brighton are without a win in their past five matches. Leicester are unbeaten in their previous eight meetings with the Seagulls.

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