October 17, 2017

eNCA – Sport News



eNCA – Sport News

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eNCA | Sundowns eyeing Chiefs scalp

Mamelodi Sundowns will be eyeing for their first home win of the season when they face-off with wounded Kaizer Chiefs.

eNCA | Italy to face Sweden in World Cup playoff

Northern Ireland will take on Switzerland and Croatia will tackle Greece in the other two-legged Europe zone playoffs to be played between November 9 and November 14.

eNCA | Busy schedule ahead for SA national teams

Back-to-back wins against Senegal for Bafana Bafana will see them secure a place at next year’s FIFA World Cup in Russia

eNCA | Mulder to replace Parnell in Proteas’ ODI squad

Wayne Parnell's place in the Proteas squad for the remainder of the series will be taken by bizhub Highveld Lions all-rounder Wiaan Mulder.

eNCA | Frylinck called up to Proteas T20 squad

South Africa host the T20 internationals in Bloemfontein on 26 October and Potchefstroom on 29 October.

eNCA | Kane's Champions League rise faces Real acid test

An inspired Harry Kane has transformed Tottenham Hotspur's European form from last season's failure to a flying start with five of Spurs' six goals.

eNCA | Pep: Man City cannot take Napoli lightly in Champions League

Napoli top the Serie A table with eight wins from as many games and sit third in Group F in the Champions League behind leaders City and Shakhtar Donetsk.

eNCA | SA move up six places to 74th on FIFA World Rankings

The latest rankings also show that South Africa is 16th on the African continent.

eNCA | PSL to hold memorial service for Leboa

Leboa worked in football administration since 1972 serving both at club level, and also at the Premier Soccer League.

eNCA | Babar, Shadab steer Pakistan to win in second ODI

One-drop batsman Babar knocked a fighting 133-ball 103 while Shadab scored a career-best 52 not out to lift Pakistan from a struggling 79-5.

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