Iceland vs Moldova

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

Andorra vs Turkey

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

France vs Albania

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

England vs Kosovo

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

Czech Republic vs Bulgaria

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

Serbia vs Ukraine

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

Portugal vs Luxembourg

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

Costa Rica vs Haiti

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

Belize vs Grenada

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Bafana Bafana play host to Group C leaders Sudan at Orlando Stadium as they look to claim their first 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 15h00.

Read: Tau & Co. Silenced As Bafana Start AFCON Journey With Loss

The South Africans got their campaign off to a disappointing start on Thursday evening following a 2-0 loss to Ghana at the Cape Coast Stadium.

Molefi Ntseki’s troops will be desperate for three points against this afternoon’s opponents, who thrashed Sao Tome and Principe 4-0 on Wednesday night.

Despite Sudan’s big win earlier this week, Bafana will still fancy themselves heading into the encounter after winning the last two matches between the two nations.

Bafana were sweating on the fitness of Bongani Zungu, who limped off in the defeat to Ghana, but the Amiens midfielder does miss out this afternoon.

The match will be televised on SABC One.

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Here’s how they line up:

South Africa: Williams, Morena, Hlanti, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (C), Mokotjo, Furman, Phiri, Tau, Serero, Mothiba.

Subs: Keet (GK), Goss (GK), Lebusa, Mkhwanazi, Lorch , Manyama, Mvala, Modiba, Maela, Grobler, Mokeke, Erasmus.

Sudan: Aboeshren, Atahir Mohamed, Suliman, Ismaeil, Mahmoud Ahmed, Mahamoud, Shareif, Abdelrahman, Hamid.
Zimbabwe, who fielded a number of Premier Soccer League stars, opened their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a goalless draw against Botwsana on Friday evening.

The Warriors put out an impressive line-up that included Aston Villa midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, Khama Billiat, Knox Mutizwa and European-based defenders, Teenage Hadebe and Marshall Munetsi.

Zimbabwe were on the front foot in the early stages, asking questions of the Zebras but they only got their first clear chance around the half-hour mark after being awarded a free-kick, but goalkeeper Kabelo Dambe was on hand to keep out Knowledge Musona’s effort.

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Musona turned provider from the resultant corner after picking out Mutizwa, who sent his header well over the crossbar as the frustration began to build for the home side.

Joey Antipas’ troops kept on putting the visitors under pressure after the break, Mutizwa missed another headed chance, while left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai was denied from close range by Dambe.

The Zebras were struggling with the pace of the game after the hour-mark, with Amrouche forced to take out Tlhalefo Molebatsi due to injury and Maano Ditshupo was brought on as his replacement.

Despite the late push from Zimbabwe, Botswana were able to hold out for the remaining stages of the half to claim a valuable point on the road in their qualifying opener.

ATP Finals 2019 | Live Stream, ATP Tennis Final Results In HD

ATP Finals 2019 Live : It will be a dream come true for one player on Sunday night as either Stefanos Tsitsipas or Dominic Thiem will lift their career’s biggest title yet, the coveted ATP Finals trophy.There is something that not many people know about the concerned players. When Thiem made his first appearance at the year-ending championship in 2016, the then 18-year-old Tsitsipas was the former’s hitting partner.Come 2019, they will be locking horns for one of the most prestigious titles on the tour.

Before the two square off in the grand finale at the O2 Arena in London, let’s have a look at how they have fared against each other in the past.Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas both broke new ground on Saturday at the Nitto ATP Finals by reaching the championship match. Neither could wipe the smile from their face as they began their on-court interviews in front of the London crowd.

“This is just a big, big dream coming true for me,” Thiem said.“I remember myself being one of these kids here, watching the event, and for me it was just, I could never picture myself standing here,” said Tsitsipas after eliminating Roger Federer 6-3, 6-4. “But it did happen. Dreams do come true.”

They are turning their dreams into a reality. This is a moment both men have been waiting for their entire lives, and for one of them, it will get even better when they lift the trophy at the season finale on Sunday.“It is one of the best tournaments all year, one of the most prestigious tournaments all year and I’m getting the chance to play the final tomorrow. It’s unreal to me,” said Thiem, who ousted defending champion Alexander Zverev 7-5, 6-3 in the semi-finals. “To beat the defending champion, a good player, an unbelievable player, this is always a great achievement and I’m very, very happy.”

Three years ago, Thiem competed in the year-end championships for the first time. One of his hitting partners was an 18-year-old Tsitsipas, who at the time was in awe of the superstars around him.“A little bit more and I’ll end up playing with all the players from the #ATPWorldTourFinals,” Tsitsipas wrote on Instagram to caption a picture of him with Thiem that week in 2016.“Dominic has inspired me a lot to be a better version of myself when I’m out on the court. I see a lot of things that he does on the court, and I try to do the same. Because I have mentioned this before: what Roger does, only Roger does. It’s really difficult to copy what you see,” Tsitsipas said on Saturday. “So to me Dominic is more… normal, normal in a way that [he brings] something that’s possible.

“Dominic has always been someone that I looked up to and wanted always to play with the same intensity and the same will that he puts in the court. He puts in a lot of effort and… I would just describe him as an intense player. If he’s in the zone, he can just create so much opportunities with his game.”

Thiem leads the pair’s FedEx ATP Head2Head series 4-2, with their most recent meeting coming in October’s China Open final, in which the Austrian triumphed 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. That was the first time in this rivalry that the player who won the first set did not win the match.

“I just saw a picture before that I practised with him the first time I played here in 2016,” Thiem said. “It’s [an] amazing story for both of us, because probably both of us, we didn’t think that only three years later we were going to face each other in the final.”This is just the second time since 1996 that the championship match at the Nitto ATP Finals will feature two players with one-handed backhands. In 1996, Pete Sampras beat Boris Becker, and in 2006, Roger Federer defeated James Blake.

“That’s a very nice fact, because I think there was a time where there were not many players with a one-handed backhand. And now me and also way younger, amazing players like Stefanos or Denis Shapovalov play [with a] one-handed backhand, so we are going to see it for also the next 10, 15 years, which is great,” Thiem said. “I think if you play it well like we do, it has a lot of advantages, and also, or maybe especially, indoors because of the slice, because of the many options you have.”

One area to look out for will be break point conversions. In the pair’s five previous meetings, they both have converted on 40 per cent of their break opportunities. Thiem has broken on 18 of 45 chances, while Tsitsipas has been successful on 14 of 35 attempts. On Saturday, Tsitsipas saved 11 of the 12 break points he faced against Federer, helping him move past the 38-year-old Swiss.

This is the eighth time that both finalists at the Nitto ATP Finals have made it that far for the first time.

If 21-year-old Tsitsipas wins title, he will be the youngest champion at the season finale since a 20-year-old Lleyton Hewitt in 2001. The Greek would become the sixth-youngest champion in the tournament’s 50-year history. John McEnroe holds the record for youngest champion, lifting the trophy in 1978, when he was 19. The five youngest titlist’s in the event’s history all reached No. 1 in the ATP Rankings.