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CAF CC Quarter-finals: Coton Sport Garoua Paired with ASC Jaraaf

Coton Sport's Arnaud Sibiri celebrates goal with Araina Lambert | Courtesy photo

By Boris Esono N – Cameroon

Cameroon’s representative at the ongoing CAF Confederation Cup, Coton Sport will face Senegalese club ASC Jaraaf in the quarter-finals of the competition. 

The draws for the competition took place this Friday, April 30.

The first leg of the quarter-final matches will be played between May 14-16, 2021, while the second leg games will come up between May 21-23.

Coton Sports finished second in Group B with a total of nine points with the group won by JS Kabylie. They won three games, and lost the other three, scoring 10 goals and conceded six.

Association Sportive et Culturelle Diaraf and mostly called ASC Jaraaf is the most popular club in Senegal. Jaraaf also has the most number of major honours won in Senegal numbering 28.

The Cameroonian outfit will face a side in Jaraaf who finished top of Group C with 11 points. In six games, Jaraaf succeeded in picking up three wins, two draws and a defeat. They scored just five goals and conceded three.

Should Coton Sport succeed in overpowering Jaraaf they would have moved one step closer to winning the competition, with CS Sfaxien of Tunisia or JS Kabylie awaiting in the semi-finals.

It should be noted that the first leg matches for the semi-finals have been programmed for 18, 19 and 20 June while the second leg will come up on 25, 26 and 27 June. 

The final has been programmed for 10 July.

The full quarter-finals draw:

Pyramids (Egypt) v Enyimba FC (Nigeria)
Orlando Pirates (South Africa) v Raja Casablanca (Morocco)
Coton Sport Garoua (Cameroon) v ASC Jaraaf (Senegal)
CS Sfaxien (Tunisia) v JS Kabylie (Algeria)

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