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What time do Sundowns play today?

DStv Premiership supremos Mamelodi Sundowns have to press pause on the PSL this weekend. Burundi’s Bumamuru are in Tshwane for the CAF Champions League.

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Kabo Yellow are on the brink of progressing to the group stages.

After what was an easy-peasy 4-0 win in the first leg in Azam, Sundowns are expected to get calmly get the job done in the second leg preliminary round qualifier at Lucas Moripe.

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Meanwhile, Sundowns head coach Mokwena has revealed full knowledge of who to keep eyes on in the Bumamuru team: Issa Hakizimana, Amissi Bizimana and Ali Valentin.

“They were the champions last season in the [Burundi] Premier League, with an incredible record of 20 wins, eight draws and only two defeats – they have two very, very good players who represent the national team of Burundi,” Mokwena told his club’s media.

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“[Issa] Hakizimana, who is the right centre-half, tall aggressive, very good with the ball, the winger [Amissi] Bizimana, also aggressive, fast, uses both left and right foot, and then a very good striker in [Ali] Valentin, so a very good profile.

“We know the team, pedigree and experience, attitude of playing for wins, a good team with good possibilities to give us a good game,” the Sundowns tactician concluded.

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