Tanzania and Botswana played to an entertaining 0-0 draw on Monday at the ongoing HOLLYWOODBETS COSAFA Women’s Championship, with chances at either end and both goalkeepers in top form.
Tanzania perhaps shaded the opportunities but could not convert in what is a second successive draw for The Mares.
The east African guest nation will likely be the happier of the two sides, but last season’s beaten finalists Malawi can avenge their defeat in the 2021 decider when the teams meet in the final pool game on Wednesday.
Groups A and B will both be concluded on Tuesday with the final round of matches in each pool played concurrently.
They will kick-off at 12:00 (10:00 CAT) with matches in Group B as Lesotho to take on Namibia at the Madibaz Stadium and Eswatini to tackle already qualified Zambia at the Isaac Wolfson Stadium.
The key battle is the one between Lesotho and Namibia, with both aiming for a win that could potentially see them qualify as the best placed runner-up, though Lesotho would probably have to significantly better their goal-difference as well.
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