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Men in Black to face Amicale in semi-final

Zanzeer Singh
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

BA will face Amicale in the semi-final of the Oceania Football Confederation Champions League.

This is after Amicale upset Auckland City FC 1-0 to top Group B.

Amicale finished with nine points ahead of Auckland City FC on six points. Auckland City FC's semi-final fate will be decided after the Group A fixture between the AS Pirae and Waitakere United fixture at Churchill Park in Lautoka this afternoon.

AS Pirae with six points holds a better goal differential than Auckland City FC; Waitakere United with four points needs a win to reach the next stage.

The winner of Group A will play the best runner-up of the group stage.

Ba qualified for the semi-final after topping Group C.

The home and away semi-finals are scheduled for the weekends of April 26-27 and May 3-4. The final is scheduled to be played on May 11.

The winning team will qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco from December 10-20.








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