Tunisia's Esperance and Morocco's Wadad managed to qualify for the African Champions League final at the expense of South African Mazembe and South African side Sundowns respectively.

Esperance was able to win the first leg, with Mazembe without a reply in the match at the Olympic Stadium in Rades by Joseph Blaile.

The men of coach Moyal Shaabani managed to impose a 0-0 draw on the Mazembe duo, defeating Maiz Ben Sherifia's team to the final for the second time in a row after winning the last title at Al Ahly's account.

At Luftus Versfeld Stadium in South Africa, veteran coach Fawzi Benzarti led the Wydad team to the final after a draw against Sandowns.

Wydad won the first leg with two unanswered goals in the match at the Sports Complex Prince Moulay Abdellahi.

The Champions League final is scheduled to take place in Morocco on May 24, with the return leg in Rades on the 31st of the same month.


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