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MBABANE – It’s back to business for the national team, Sihlangu stars after the completion of the COSAFA Cup.

They are expected to be back in action tomorrow after the Premier League of Eswatini (PLE) released the pending fixtures for week 25. Teams that had two or more players with Sihlangu in the COSAFA Cup were excused from playing and the affected teams were armed forces, Green Mamba, Royal Leopard and Young Buffaloes. The MTN Premier League log leaders Royal Leopard, who had six players with Sihlangu, will play Manzini Sea Birds tomorrow at King Sobhuza II Memorial Stadium, kick-off is at noon. The players were Ncamiso ‘Mbhonyo’ Dlamini, Mlamuli Msibi, Sikhumbuzo Magagula, Mzwandile Mabelesa, Sifiso Matse and Bonginkhosi ‘Manyovu’ Dlamini.

Young Buffaloes who are right behind Leopard on the log will face Mbabane Highlanders at Mayaluka Stadium. The match will start at 1pm. Buffaloes had eight players with Sihlangu while Mbabane Highlanders had the duo of Sabelo ‘Sawa’ Gamedze and Sabelo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzinisa and they continued with their games in the absence of the two. Buffaloes players in the squad were Lindo Mkhonta, Siboniso Mamba, Sihlangu Mkhwanazi, Sifiso Ngwenya, Wandile ‘Skosh’ Shabangu, Fanelo ‘Order’ Mamba, Phiwa ‘Slwabelwabe’ Dlamini and Sandile ‘Saviola’ Gamedze.

Green Mamba will play Mbabane Swallows in one of the thrilling matches at KaLanga Technical Centre, kick-off 1pm. Swallows will welcome their goalkeeper Sandanezwe Mathabela who was a hero as he won the third playoff for Sihlangu saving one penalty and scoring the winner in the 4-2 win against Mozambique. Swallows had Sandanezwe and Felix Badenhorst, who is still not eligible to play in the domestic league for his side. Green Mamba boasted of four players with Sihlangu in Sanele Tshawuke, Thabo Mngomezulu, Khethokuhle Mkhontfo and Njabulo Thwala.

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