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CAF Champions League preview: Clash of the Titans

For the first time in the history of the CAF Champions League, the semifinal line-up will consist of the previous four winners, as Mamelodi Sundowns meet Wydad Casablanca, and Tout Puissant Mazembe and Esperance de Tunis clash in a pair of engrossing first legs.

Congolese giants Mazembe have had to wait the longest to get their hands on Africa's grandest club prize again, but are the most successful side still standing, having conquered the continent on five occasions since 1967.

Their last Champions...

Afcon qualifying: Lesser lights take centre stage on final weekend

When the Confederation of African Football ratified an expansion to the Africa Cup of Nations in July 2017, introducing eight more teams to the biennial competition, the dynamic of the qualifying program was always going to change.

As had been the case ahead of the European Championship in 2016, for which UEFA had instigated an increase from 16 to 24 teams, many of the continent's heavyweights cruised to the tournament with games to spare.

However, an overall decrease in drama among the bigger nations...

Will Grady Diangana be the next superstar off West Ham's production line?

West Ham United still proclaim - loud and proud - that they're the 'Academy of Football', but the production line has been running a bit dry in recent years.

The Hammers still take credit for England's World Cup success in 1966, where final scorers Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters, as well as captain Bobby Moore, were all West Ham products.

In more recent years, academy graduates include Paul Ince, Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Joe Cole, Michael Carrick and Glen Johnson, while James Tomkins and Junior...

AFCON qualifying winners and losers

KweséESPN takes a look at the biggest winners and losers after the first four match days of Africa Cup of Nations 2019 qualifying.

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First Qualifiers
There can be no bigger winner than Madagascar, who became the first country to qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. The homeland of the CAF president did so in record-breaking style -- first, with two full games to spare, and doing so for the first time in their history. Great news for the country, although television commentators...

Explaining Zimbabwe's shock win over Democratic Republic of Congo

It was another defiant defensive display which helped Zimbabwe over the finish line for a shock 2-1 win away to the Democratic Republic of Congo in Saturday's Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

Ronald Pfumbidzai and Knowledge Musona scored either side of the break to set the stage for a truly memorable triumph, with Yannick Bolasie's injury-time response for the hosts proving inadequate to halt Zimbabwe's party.

The result significantly boosts the Warriors' chances of qualifying for the 2019 Africa...