Mamelodi Sundowns face a tough task in the quarter-finals of the CAF Champions League, with the reigning champions jetting out to 1992 winners, Wydad Casablanca.
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The final group games for this year’s competition took place over the weekend as Sundowns were held to a 1-1 draw by AS Vitam finishing in second place behind Esperance de Tunis.
Pitso Mosimane’s men will now host Wydad in September between the 8th and 10th before heading out to Morocco the following weekend to do battle in Casablanca.
Meanwhile, SuperSport United also found out their opponents for the quarter-finals of the CAF Confederation Cup, with Matsatsantsa going up against last year’s CCL semi-finalists, ZESCO United, of Zambia.
Like their neighbours, SuperSport will also play at home in the first leg before travelling to Ndola for the second leg as they look to try and book a spot in the last four.
Mosimane and new SuperSport coach, Eric Tinkler, are no strangers to their respective competitions, with the former having won the CCL last year and the latter finishing as runner-up in 2015 with Orlando Pirates.
CAF Champions League Quarter-finals:
Al Ahli Tripoli v Etoile du Sahel
Al-Ahly v Esperance de Tunis
Ferroviário Beira v USM Alger
Mamelodi Sundowns v Wydad Casablanca
CAF Confederation Cup Quarter-finals:
MC Alger v Club Africain
SuperSport United v ZESCO United
FUS Rabat v CS Sfaxien
Recreativo do Libolo v TP Mazembe