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Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club is set to play an international club a day after a Dstv Premiership match.

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Mamelodi Sundowns players in a hurdle before their MTN8 quarterfinal match against Moroka Swallows at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium on the 12th of August 2023.

After spending almost three weeks in Europe and playing four international friendlies ahead of the 2023/2024 season, Mamelodi Sundowns is set to play another international friendly.

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The Brazilians started their 2023/2024 season with a match against Sekhukhune United at the New Peter Mokaba Stadium.

Before following their 2-1 victory with another 2-1 victory against Kaizer Chiefs at home.

That was quickly followed by a 1-0 victory over Moroka Swallows in the MTN8 quarterfinal clash at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium.

The club is set to follow that with a home Dstv Premiership match against Golden Arrows on Tuesday, the 15th of August.

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Despite their busy schedule, Sundowns has players that are not getting any action.

In turn, the club has agreed to play an international friendly match.

To give the fringe players a chance to play and impress the technical team.

Masandawana takes on Ugandan club, Vipers Sporting Club this upcoming Wednesday.


“They requested a friendly match, and we were just in need of minutes and legs for some players,” Mokwena said.

“We have a very big squad.

“Sometimes we play every three days without training.

“The group that’s sitting on the bench and not getting minutes on the pitch in competitive games stays far behind.

“It’s a mistake we made last season.

“So, without this group staying and putting pressure on the group that is playing, sometimes this group doesn’t even improve.

“You’ve got to have competitive minutes so that when you have these matchday minus-two and matchday minus-one sessions, they have the legs and intensity to this team playing better.

“So, that’s really the only reason behind, it’s nothing special.”

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