Caf League: Bucs drawn with Zamalek, Al Ahly, AC Leopards

2013-05-15 00:00

JOHANNESBURG — The draw for the 2013 CAF Champions League Group Stages was conducted yesterday at the CAF headquarters in Cairo.

Orlando Pirates, who are representing South Africa in Africa’s most prestigious club tournament, have been drawn in Group A, alongside AC Leopards (DRC), Zamalek (Egyptian) and Al Ahly (Egyptian). Group B comprises Recreativo Libolo (Angola), Esperance (Tunisia), Sewe Sport (Ivory Coast) and Coton Sport (Cameroon).

The group stages consists of eight teams in two groups of four teams. Each team in their group will play each other twice, then the top two sides from each group will qualify for the semi-final.

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