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Football on Kwesé Sports

Football on Kwesé Sports

13:15 SAST | 09 Apr 2018

Kwesé Sports is your official FIFA World Cup broadcaster, but there’s plenty other football across our channels to keep you interested before Russia 2018 rolls around in June. Here’s what you can look out for this week on Kwesé Sports. Our Premier League Match of the Week is a clash between Burnley and Leicester. Burnley have been a surprise package this season, punching above their weight in the league. At one point they were in the top four, but have since slipped back to seventh, behind the six ‘big name’ English clubs. Leicester are six points adrift of Burnley, in eighth spot.


Burnley vs Leicester (Kwesé Free Sports, 14 April at 16:00 CAT); Preview and Build-Up starts at 15:00 CAT.


Arsene Wenger has called his critics ‘ageist’ for wanting him to vacate the hot-seat at the Emirates. Former Man United great Gary Neville has predicted that the Frenchman will be out by the end of the season. Could a Europa League title save him? Catch two Arsenal repeats this week on Kwesé.


Europa League Quarterfinals Repeat: CSKA Moscow vs Arsenal (Kwesé Sports 1, 13 April at 16:15 CAT); Premier League Repeat: Arsenal vs Southampton (KS1, 10 April at 9:00 CAT).


And fans of English football should also look out for our EFL Championship action. Fulham are looking good to make the leap to the Premier League, helped in no small part by their contingent of top African talent, including Floyd Ayite (Togo), Neeskens Kebano (DRC) and Sheyi Ojo (Nigeria).


EFL Championship: Fulham vs Brentford (KFS, 14 April at 18:30 CAT).


Kwesé Sports also brings you plenty football action from North and South America. The CONCACAF Champions League is North/Central America’s biggest club competition. We’re into the semifinals, with North American clubs coming up against two Mexican giants of the game.


CONCACAF Champions League: Club America vs Toronto (KS1, 12 April at 9:30 CAT) & New York Red Bulls vs Guadalajara (KS1, 12 April at 11:15 CAT).


Also look out for the Copa Libertadores which is South America’s biggest club competition.


Copa Libertadores Week 15: Palmeiras vs Boca Juniors (KS1, 12 April at 17:00 CAT).

Copa Libertadores Week 15: San Lorenzo vs Atletico Mineiro (KS1, 12 April at 22:00 CAT).

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