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19 Mar 2021
10:38 am

Stellenbosch hope for home success


SuperSport United are hoping to bounce back from a poor run of form in this DStv Premiership encounter.

Steve Barker, head coach of Stellenbosch FC (Picture: Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix)

Stellenbosch FC won two away games last week and then narrowly lost to leaders Mamelodi Sundowns but are expected to bounce back at home against SuperSport United on Friday and move into the top eight of the standings. More details at


Friday 19 March

S10 V3

M1 Stellenbosch FC v SuperSport United: Stellenbosch have won two of their last three games but not won in their past five home games. SuperSport are without success in their past four matches, drawing three of them.

M2 FK Rubin Kazan v FK Khimki: Rubin Kazan have won their past five matches while Khimki have won two of their past three in the Russian league.

M3 SC Heerenveen v Twente Enschede: Heerenveen are unbeaten in their past six outings against Twente, which includes three wins, but only one at home.

M4 St Etienne v Monaco: St Etienne scored a vital win at Angers last weekend to move away from relegation danger. Monaco are in the title race after winning two of their last four French league games.

M5 Arminia Bielefeld v RB Leipzig: Bielefeld have yet to beat Leipzig although this is just the fourth time they meet. The two clubs are at opposite ends of the Bundesliga standings.

M6 Racing Genk v Standard Liege: Standard are unbeaten in their last four clashes with Genk, winning two and playing out two goalless draws in the other.

M7 Parma v Genoa: Relegation threatened Parma had a shock home win over Roma at the weekend, ending a run of 18 matches without success since November.

M8 Fulham v Leeds United: Fulham have won one of their past five home matches at Craven Cottage. Leeds have not scored in their previous three matches.

M9 Real Betis v Levante: Betis have won four of their past five games. Levante returned to winning ways on Saturday when they beat Valencia.

M10 Gil Vicente v Nacional: Just a single point separates these two clubs in the Portuguese league standings, where they are both perilously close to the relegation zone. Nacional won their last meeting 2-1 at home in November.

Suggested permutation: 

R8.00 1 x 1 x 1 x 2,3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 1,2 x 1 x 1

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