Cotonsport will have Mamelodi Dusks at the Stade Omnisport Roumde Adjia in the CAF Champions Association on Friday (February 17).
The hosts saw their most memorable game in the gathering stage delayed following Al Ahly’s cooperation in the Fifa Club World Cup. Cotonsport started off their mission in the principal round, pounding Lesotho champions Matlama 4-0 preceding beating Eswatini side Illustrious Panthers 3-2 to arrive at this stage.
Les Cotonniers come into the game following a 1-0 loss to Eding Game in World class One challenge. They won the first class last season and are as of now second in the standings, level on 20 focuses with pioneers UMS de Loum. Cotonsport will hope to guarantee greatest focuses at home against perhaps of the best side in the title.
Mamelodi, in the interim, sit on Gathering B with three focuses following their 1-0 win over Al Hilal on the first matchday. They’re riding a purple fix, dominating their last 13 matches. The Nightfalls won the Head Soccer Association consecutive starting around 2017-18 and the CAF Champions Association in 2016.
Masandawana, who beat their gathering in the past version, will hope to rehash that achievement this term. Besides, they will mean to advance past the knockouts, where they were halted last season.
Twilights and Cotonsport are confronting each other interestingly.
Cotonsport hopes to start off its mission in the 2023 CAF Champions Association on the positive side of things. They have lost just a single time in the last 7 games across all rivalries. The main concern for the hosts is that they haven’t been scoring numerous objectives. In the last 7 games, they scored just at least a few times in a single game and couldn’t track down the rear of the net in 3 games during that period.
Nightfalls are high-flying sides. The South Africans have now won 15 matches in succession, so they will be quick to expand that run. However, considering this is their very first experience with Cotton Game, we expect a few hardships for the guests who will be quick to stay on top of the table.
Souaibou Marou and Brawdon Eno have scored three and two objectives separately in the opposition up to this point. The two players are supposed to lead the hosts against Mamelodi.
Peter Shalulile, with nine objectives and two helps, and Cassius Mailula, with seven objectives and two helps, are the guests’ driving lights in the assault. In any case, three players have been precluded because of injury, including Erwin Saavedra.
Mamelodi is supposed to grab an away success, on account of their splendid structure.
Prediction: Cotonsport 1-2 Mamelodi Sundowns
Cotonsport has won two times, drawn two times, and lost once in their last five home games. The hosts’ best record in the CAF Champions Association is a runner-up position in the 2008 version.
Cotonsport has scored four objectives in their last five games and yielded threefold. Mamelodi have won their last five away games.
Cotonsport has won two times, drawn two times, and lost once in their last five games, while Mamelodi has won all. Structure Guide: Cotonsport – L-W-D-W-D; Mamelodi Twilights – W W-W.
|11||Jean Emmanuel Chamdjou Nguéwawe|
|26||Souaibou Marou ⚽(29)|
|10||Brawdon Yves Eno|
|33||Cassius Mailula ⚽(25), ☛(89)|
|11||Marcelo Allende ☛(87)|
|21||Sphelele Mkhulise ☛(81)|