Absa Premiership

PSL changes Sundowns fixtures due to CAF commitments

2020-02-12 12:34
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Cape Town - Following Mamelodi Sundowns' impressive run in the CAF Champions League this season, the Premier Soccer League (PSL) has rescheduled two Absa Premiership to accommodate the club's continental commitments.

The Brazilians will play in the CAF Champions League quarter-finals against Egyptian giants Al Ahly Friday, February 28 and again on Friday, March 6

The following changes have been implemented:

- Mamelodi Sundowns is currently scheduled to Cape Town City on 01 March – the same weekend as CAF Champions League quarter-finals. This fixture will move to April 2020. Date and kick-off time will be confirmed in due course.

- On 08 April 2020, Mamelodi Sundowns was originally scheduled to play Bloemfontein Celtic. This fixture will move to 19 February 2020. Kick-off time will remain the same: 19:30

The PSL wishes Mamelodi Sundowns the best of luck in the CAF Champions League final as they continue to fly the South African flag high.

- PSL Media


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