4 August 2019 – Monday (5 August 2019) will see the final round of matches in Groups A and C in the COSAFA Women’s Championship.

Banyana Banyana need just a point against Madagascar at the Wolfson Stadium (12h45 kick-off; 10h45 GMT) to secure top spot in the pool and a place in the semifinals.

They will be without skipper Janine van Wyk, who has been ruled out of the remainder of the tournament with a knee injury picked up in Friday’s 3-1 win over Malawi.

If Madagascar can grab a victory, and Malawi defeat Comoros Islands at the Gelvandale Stadium (12h45; 10h45 GMT) as expected, it would leave all three sides on six points and time for the calculators to determine which side advances.

Only the top team in each pool and the best-placed runner-up move to the semifinals.
Group C will also conclude as Zimbabwe and Eswatini (15h30; 13h30 GMT) battle it out for top spot in the pool and a semifinal place at the Wolfson Stadium.

Zimbabwe will need just a draw given their superior goal-difference, but it is a tough game to call with both sides in form.

At the same time, Angola and Mozambique will play at the Gelvandale Stadium to avoid the wooden spoon in the pool.



12h45 (10h45 GMT) – 
South Africa vs Madagascar – Wolfson Stadium

12h45 (10h45 GMT) – Malawi vs Comoros – Gelvandale Stadium

15h30 (13h30 GMT) – Zimbabwe vs Eswatini – Wolfson Stadium

15h30 (13h30 GMT) – Mozambique vs Angola – Gelvandale Stadium

GROUP A                P      W      D       L       GF      GA     PTS
South Africa              2       2       0         0       20       1          6
Madagascar               2       1       0         1       5          3         3
Malawi                      2       1       0         1       3          3         3
Comoros Islands       2        0      0         2       1          22        0

GROUP B                   P          W        D         L          GF       GA       PTS
Zambia                       2          2          0          0          18       2          6
Botswana                   2          2          0          0          4          0          6
Namibia                      2          0          0          2          2          4          0
Mauritius                   2          0          0          2          0          18       0

GROUP C                    P          W        D         L          GF       GA       PTS
Zimbabwe                  2          2          0          0          8          1          6
Eswatini                     2          2          0          0          7          1          6
Mozambique              2          0          0          2          1          7          0
Angola                        2          0          0          2          1          8          0



Matches Played: 12

Goals scored: 70

Biggest victory: South Africa 17 Comoros Islands 0 (Group A, July 31)

Most goals in a game: 17 – South Africa 17 Comoros Islands 0 (Group A, July 31)



8 goals – Rachel Nachula (Zambia)

– Refiloe Jane (South Africa), Amanda Mthandi (South Africa), Rudo Neshamba (Zimbabwe)

2 – Grace Chanda (Zambia),Hilda Magaia (South Africa), Bambanani Mbane (South Africa), Tenanile Mgcamphalala (Eswatini), Emmaculate Msipa (Zimbabwe), Hellen Mubanga (Zambia), Mary Mwakapila (Zambia), Marjoury Nyaumwe (Zimbabwe), Marie Rasoanandrasana (Madagascar), Nomvula Sanga (Eswatini)

1 – Michelle Abueng (Botswana), Kholosa Biyana (South Africa), Noxolo Cesane (South Africa), Hellen Chanda (Zambia), Theresa Chewe (Zambia), Rhoda Chileshe (Zambia), Zenatha Coleman (Namibia), Keitumetse Dithebe (Botswana), Phumzile Dlamini (Eswatini), Ode Fulutudilu (South Africa), Esalenna Galekhutle (Botswana), Sibonelo Gwebu (Eswatini), Zainabu Kapanda (Malawi), Annouscka Kordom (Namibia), Lucia (Mozambique), Tiisetso Makhubela (South Africa), Mamello Makhabane (South Africa), Cristina Makua (Angola), Wafat Mari (Comoros Islands), Tshegofatso Mosotho (Botswana), Busiswe Ndimeni (South Africa), Hanitriniana Nivonirina (Madagascar), Lebogang Ramalepe (South Africa), Aimée Razanampiavy (Madagascar), Solomampionona Razananivo (Madagascar), Nonhle Simelane (Eswatini), Asimenye Simwaka (Malawi), Salome Vinkhumbu (Malawi)

Own goals –Marie Jerome (Mauritius), Hanifa Melanie (Comoros Islands)