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Mamelodi Sundowns name starting XI for Petro clash

Mamelodi Sundowns have named their starting lineup to do battle against Petro Atletico in tonight’s African Football League clash

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According to Mokwena, compliments are a knife coated with honey. Image © Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix

Mamelodi Sundowns return to African Football League action this evening when they host Petro Atletico de Luanda.

The mega-money tournament, involving eight of the top teams on the continent, saw the Brazilians earn a comfortable 2-0 win in the FIRST LEG of the quarterfinals over the weekend.

Goals by Marcelo Allende and Thapelo Maseko were enough to earn a crucial away victory at the 11 de November stadium.

Here’s how you can watch tonight’s second leg at the Loftus Versfeld stadium live online.

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Mamelodi Sundowns vs Petro Atletico: Starting lineup

Mamelodi Sundowns XI: Williams, Mvala, Coetzee, Boutouil, Mudau, Mokoena, Modiba, Allende, Zwane, Sirino, Maseko.

Subs: D. Onyango, Lebusa, B. Onyango, Nku, Zungu, Mashego, Mendieta, Kekana, Mkhulise, Mabena, Maema, Maboe.

LIVE STREAM info

While the match won’t be televised live in South Africa, Masandawana fans will be able to live stream the match online!

Take a look at all of the streaming options available to you for tonight’s African Football League clash below.

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We start again from 0-0 – Rhulani Mokwena

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“We look forward to taking this scoreline to South Africa but we approach it as 0-0 and a different ball game.” Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Rhulani Mokwena told iDiskiTimes.

“My message to the players is to remind them about a game we played a few days ago in a cup match in South Africa and at halftime we were 2-0 down, came back in the second half to make it 2-2, so this is half-time of 90 minutes.

“So it’s important for us to stay humble, very focused, respect our opponents and the quality they have, play the game and not the scoreline.”

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