Four clubs reach the semi-finals of the Sasol League National Champs

Four clubs reach the semi-finals of the Sasol League National Champs

Thursday in Polokwane, Copperbelt, University of Pretoria, Lindelani, and NWU Tawana advanced to the semifinals of the Sasol League National Championships.

In the first semi-final on Friday at 11 a.m., UP will face Lindelani, while Copperbelt and NWU Tawana will compete for a position in the championship at 3 p.m.

As a result of advancing to the semifinals, the four teams’ chances of gaining automatic promotion to the Hollywoodbets Super League increased.

However, only the two semi-final winners on Friday at the Old Peter Stadium will join the semi-professional league for the first time.

The championship match will be held at New Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday afternoon, with the winner receiving the trophy and R200,000.

After the round robin portion of the group stage, UP was the best team, having won both games, scored six goals, and kept two clean sheets to finish first in Group A.

They will be anxious to demonstrate the knowledge they gained from the just concluded Varsity Football season, which has tipped them toward victory.

The Lindelani are anticipated to give the Tuks a run for their money, however. This is the second time in a row that they have qualified for the playoffs, and their attack is lethal.

The champions of KwaZulu-Natal scored seven goals in the group round, with their sole blemish being a tie against fellow semifinalists NW Tawana.

Tawana’s performance against Lindelani, along with their 2-0 victory over Royal Wizards, demonstrates that they could be a pleasant surprise.

Do not remove your focus from the Copperbelt hosts. Their success in Group C is due to the support they have received from their fans.

In their first match, the Limpopo champions trailed TS Galaxy 2-0 before their fans motivated them to a 3-2 victory in Polokwane.

Thursday’s last group encounter was a come-from-behind 3-1 victory over Dangerous Heroes, which was bolstered by the backing of the team’s fans.

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