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LEOPARD, HIGHLANDERS HOST CALLIES, VOVOVO

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MBABANE – Crowd-pulling and second-placed Mbabane Highlanders will host Vovovo at KaLanga Technical Centre tomorrow in the action-packed MTN Premier League.

Log leaders, Royal Leopard will welcome Tambankulu Callies at the Mavuso Sports Centre, in what will be a revenge mission for them having lost 1-2 in the reverse fixture. Highlanders also need to turn the tables, as Vovovo became the first team to beat them 1-0 after going nine without defeat. Third-placed Mbabane Swallows face Moneni Pirates at the King Sobhuza II Memorial Stadium and fourth-placed Young Buffaloes visit bottom-loggers Malanti Chiefs at Killarney Sports Ground. All the top four games kick off at the same time, 2:45pm. The week 28 fixture of the MTN Premier League was released by the Premier League of Eswatini (PLE) Chief Operations Officer (COO), Pat Vilakati yesterday.

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After the games tomorrow, the league will take a two weeks break to give way to the national team, Sihlangu to prepare for their TOTALEnergies 2023 AFCON Games group stage qualifiers against Togo and Burkina Faso to be played on June 3 and 7 respectively. The league is set for a photo finish when it returns on the weekend of May 12 and 13. It is where the title is likely to be decided as of now, it is open to the top four teams being Leopard, Highlanders, Swallows and Buffaloes. Leopard are yet to have a date with Buffaloes, while Highlanders are yet to clash against capital city rivals, Swallows among their three remaining fixtures. These games are under week 30, the last games of the season. In the relegation battle, Tinyosi in their last attempt to escape the axe will visit Manzini Wanderers at the Prince of Wales Sports Ground, while another relegation-threatened side, Rangers face Green Mamba at Mayaluka Stadium, kick-off is 1:30pm.

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