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Giants threatened with exclusion from the preliminary round of the African Champions League

Today and tomorrow, the second leg matches of the 32nd round of the African Champions League will resume after the first leg matches started yesterday when Zamalek beat Kenya’s Tusker 4-0 to book Al-Abyad’s first seat in the group stage that starts from February to April 2022.

Before the return matches resume, a group of tournament giants will enter that round and they are threatened with early exclusion after they achieved unsatisfactory results in the first matches, most notably Wydad Casablanca of Morocco, who lost in the first leg with a goal unanswered against Ghana’s Hearts of Oak, and needs to win by two goals to ensure qualification to the group stage.

Algeria’s CR Belouizdad enter the second leg with a major exit after losing 3-1 away to Ivorian ASEC Abidjan, and they need at least a 2-0 win to advance to the group stage.

ES Setif are also in great danger after losing 3-1 to Mauritania’s Nouadhibou away, and they also need to win at least 2-0 to reach the round of 16 and are in the same position as CR Belouizdad.

The results of the first leg of the 32nd round of the African Champions League were as follows:

Kenyan Tusker 1 – 0 Zamalek

The Nigerian National Guard 1-1 Al-Ahly

South Africa’s Amazulu 0 – 0 TP Mazembe of the Congolese

The Rwandan Army 1-1 Tunisia’s Etoile du Sahel

ASEC Abidjan Ivorian 3-1 CR Belouizdad of Algeria

Sudan’s Al-Merreikh 3-0 Zambian Zanaco

Mali Stadium 0-1 Houria Conakry of Guinea

Angolan Sagrada 3-1 Royal Leeboards Eswatini

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Libyan Al Ittihad 0 – 0 Tunisian Esperance

Hearts of Oak Ghana 1 – 0 Wydad Morocco

Manema Congolese 2 – 2 Sundowns of South Africa

Nigeria’s Rivers 2 – 2 Sudan’s Al Hilal

Mauritania’s Nouadhibou 3-1 ES Setif of Algeria

Liberian Oilers 0 – 2 Raja of Morocco

Otoho Congolese 2 – 2 Petro Atlético de Angola

Guaneng Galaxy of Botswana 0 – 2 Simba of Tanzania