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MBABANE – Manzini Wanderers ladies team will be watched by many fans in the 2021 TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League/COSAFA Qualifier games.

This will be courtesy of the South African Broadcasting Services (SABC) as they will be broadcasting all the matches to be played live from tomorrow. Wanderers will be the first to take the centre stage when they play Double Action Ladies from Botswana tomorrow at 11am. The tournament, which is being played for the first time, gets under- way in Durban, South Africa tomorrow and there are a number of ways people can follow the action including the SABC Sport Channel. Other platforms are COSAFA TV, TIKTOK, Instagram and Facebook among others.

According to cosafa.com, there are seven teams from around the Southern African region that will battle it out for not just the coveted trophy, but also a ticket to the CAF Women’s Champions League finals in Egypt later this year. This will give the players a chance to market their talents during the matches. Manzini Wanderers are in Group A where they face South African champions Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies, Lesotho Defence Force and Double Action Ladies from Botswana.  Zambian side Green Buffaloes are the seeds in the three-team Group B and have been drawn alongside Black Rhinos Queens of Zimbabwe and TURA Magic from Namibia.

The top two teams in each pool will advance to the semi-finals, with the final to be staged on September 4. “The SABC Sport Channel on Open view will be showing all the matches live for those that have decoders. The final will also be broadcast live on SABC 1. All the matches will be streamed live on COSAFA.TV, giving you access whether you are at home, in the office or on the road. The live stream will become available on match day. We will be having live blow-by-blow coverage of the matches on the official Twitter page @COSAFAMEDIA and same applies to the official Facebook page.

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