The 2020-21 Total CAF Champions League reaches its Final Four stage, with the semifinals of the premier continental club competition as the next step.
Holders and record nine-time champions Al Ahly (Egypt), four-time winners Esperance (Tunisia), twice champions Wydad (Morocco) and first-time semifinalists Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa) are dreaming of a place in the final, scheduled on 17 July 2021 at Complexe Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca, Morocco.
Here are the semifinal fixtures (in GMT):
|First Leg – Saturday 19 June 2021|
|16:00||Stade Olympique de Rades, Tunis||Esperance (Tunisia) – Al Ahly (Egypt)|
|19:00||Complexe Mohamed V, Casablanca||Wydad (Morocco) – Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa)|
|Second Leg – Saturday 26 June 2021|
|16:00||FNB Stadium, Johannesburg||Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa) – Wydad (Morocco)|
|19:00||Al Salam Stadium, Cairo||Al Ahly (Egypt) – Esperance (Tunisia)|
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