Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs are to take their African Confederation Cup tie to Durban at the weekend, while Mamelodi Sundowns finally have clarity on their plans after being left in the dark by the Confederation of African Football. Chiefs will host Elgeco Plus of Madagascar in the first leg of their second-round tie on Saturday at the Moses Mabhida Stadium with a 6pm kickoff. Chiefs will go to Antananarivo for the return game next weekend. If they progress, they will then face one more preliminary round before the group phase of the Confederation Cup in early 2019. In the African Champions League‚ Sundowns are away against Al Ahli Benghazi from Libya‚ who are banned from hosting games at home by Fifa because of the tenuous security situation in the North African country. The tie is to be played at the Petrojet Stadium in Cairo this Sunday with a 3pm kickoff. Previously they had been told by the Libyans the game would be on Saturday. Orlando Pirates are also chasing a group slot and h...

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