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Saturday Football: live blog



Welcome to our coverage of today’s matches. The lineup for the day includes a highly anticipated Soweto derby between Moroka Swallows and Kaizer Chiefs in the Absa Premiership. We will also cover the Barclays Premier League matches as well as the action from the Caf Champions League.

Absa Premiership live scores
Barclays Premier League live scores

In addition to the Chiefs v Swallows battle, title hopefuls Platinum Stars take on relegation-haunted Chippa United, who are on a high after beating Moroka Swallows 2-1 on Wednesday.

In the Barclays Premier League, the fight for Champions League spots continues as Fulham host Arsenal and Sunderland take on Everton.

Fireworks are expected in the heavyweight Caf Champions League battle between Orlando Pirates and TP Mazembe. No doubt the Buccaneers will be out to score goals in this first leg at home in Soweto ahead of what will be a tough away leg.

For full broadcast details, click here. Some of the matches are also available via live streaming.

We will combine live updates, comments and your tweets in this blog around the matches.

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