In this clash, current leader UD Songo, with 29 points, welcomes the reigning champion, now runner-up with 21 points and one game to play. In the first round of the first round, the team led by the Serbian Srdjan Zivojnov won by (1-0), in the Tchumene Sports Complex, the team coached by Inácio Soares. The journey continues with the sizzling Ferroviário da Beira vs Ferroviário de Maputo at Caldeirão do Chiveve, on Sunday. In this match, Sofala’s team is motivated by qualifying for the 2nd phase of access to the Nelson Mandela Cup groups, after eliminating As Santé Abaché do Chade, with an aggregate of (3-1), after winning away by (2- 1) and last Sunday, at Estádio Nacional do Zimpeto by (1-0). Ferroviário de Maputo, which beat Costa do Sol on the 10th round, lost in the last round in Songo, against the leader UDS by (1-0). In the first round, at Estádio da Machava, Sofala’s team won by (2-1). On Saturday, Costa do Sol, currently ranked fourth with 18 points, faces Associação Desportiva de Vilankulo, ranked ninth with spots. On Sunday, Matchedje de Mocuba, which won the first victory in Moçambola-2022 in the last round, will host the Maputo Sports League. Incomáti de Xinavane will face Ferroviário de Lichinga. In the North zone, Ferroviário de Nampula will measure forces with its namesake in Nacala, at Estádio 25 de Junho.
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