Mamelodi Sundowns vs Al Hilal: How to LIVE STREAM!

Mamelodi Sundowns vs Al Hilal: How to LIVE STREAM!

Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking to maintain their unbeaten record in this season’s CAF Champions League campaign this afternoon.

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The Brazilians make the long trip up North to face Sudanese giants Al Hilal at the Al Hilal Stadium for a mouth-watering CAF Champions League clash.

Mamelodi Sundowns have already secured their place in the knockout stage of this season’s tournament however a single point will confirm their position as log leaders with one game to spare!

Al Hilal vs Mamelodi Sundowns: How to LIVE STREAM!

Action at the Al Hilal Stadium gets underway at 15:00. The match will be televised live on SuperSport 209 and can also be live streamed on Multichoice’s streaming platform DStv Now (Subscription required).

For those who don’t have a DStv subscription, the clash will be televised live on SABC3 (S3).

You can also follow today’s match between Al Hilal and Mamelodi Sundowns on this website. Our live coverage will begin 30 minutes ahead of kickoff.

Mokwena wary of ‘consistent’ Al Hilal!

“Of Course, they are under pressure they need to win.” Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rhulani Mokwena told the club’s official website.

“And it’s not going to be easy to win against us because regardless of whether we play at 9 or 3 pm we still have to play the game and at Sundowns we play to dominate the ball.

“We want to dominate the pitch and we play to win. It’s an interesting game, and an interesting opposition that can really hurt Mamelodi Sundowns without 100% focus and respect we have no chance.

“If you look at Al Hilal’s journey in the group stages from a tactical perspective, they’ve been quite consistent in their games.

“Out of the four games, in the three matches played they’ve been consistent with their 4-2-3-1. In their last game they changed the structure a little bit.” the Mamelodi Sundowns coach continued.

“They went more for a 4-4-2 diamond shape with two strikers, and that helped them get a very important goal.

“If you look at how the goal came in against Al Merrikh, you’ll see clearly the benefit of having two strikers in the attack.”