Get the Mamelodi Sundowns kickoff news | Kickoff News Mamelodi Sundowns, including match results and the lineup for today’s encounter between Mamelodi Sundowns and Swallows: The starting lineups for each side are also included, along with a list of players to keep an eye out for.
Mamelodi Sundowns kickoff news today
Mamelodi Sundowns’ head coach Rhulani Mokwena said the following:
“[A] demanding game [against Cape Town City], a very difficult game against a good opponent with very excellent players on the pitch, but a good game of football,” said Mokwena of the match.
“This performance, in my opinion, is significantly superior to that of Coton Sport and Al Hilal as well. The performances today were excellent, although there were a few differences: We scored in Sudan, we scored twice in the last game, but we just couldn’t score tonight;
But I think today’s performance was strong. Since you can’t win them all in football, we go again, prepare for Swallows, and try to win the next game.
Match info: Moroka Swallows vs Mamelodi Sundowns
In the Dobsonville Stadium stadium in Soweto, South Africa, Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns will meet up beginning on April 9, 2023, at 13:00 UTC. The game is a part of the Premiership.
The lineup for Mamelodi Sundowns vs Swallows
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Match Results Swallows vs Mamelodi Sundowns
While the game progresses, the results will be constantly updated here.
Where can I watch the Swallows vs Sundowns match today?
- You can stream the match via DStv.com/DStv Now App.
- You can also stream the match on Sporticos which is a legal sports streaming platform.
- ScoreBat will host it for your viewing pleasure.
- If you have a cable subscription the match will be live on TV channel: SuperSport TV’s PSL channel 202
Did You Know These About Sundowns?
Mamelodi Sundowns is the PSL team with the most money. In 2023, its predicted net value is R382 million.
The Mamelodi Sundowns defeated Powerlines F.C., a South African football team that played in the National Football League, by a score of 24-0 in the Nedbank Cup in March 2012.
As Mamelodi Sundowns’ all-time leading goal scorer, Daniel Mudau is a respected figure within the club. Mudau transferred from Ratanang Maholosiane to Sundowns in 1992.
According to the most recent data on footballdatabase.com, Mamelodi Sundowns have surpassed Al Ahly to become Africa’s top team.