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Event : Championship play-off final
Team : Aston Villa vs Fulham
Date : May 26, 2018
Time : 12:00 PM ET
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A place in the Premier League is up for grabs in the Championship play-off final

The Championship play-off final takes place on Saturday with both Aston Villa and Fulham desperate to secure a return to the Premier League.

The richest game in football is estimated to be worth upwards of £160 million to the winner, with Villa having overcome Middlesbrough to reach the final and Fulham battling past Derby.

Fulham have finally ended their long wait for a trip to Wembley – 43 years since they last played there in the FA Cup final, while Villa reached Wembley in the 2015 FA Cup final against Arsenal.

Fulham and Aston Villa’s head to head record could not be any closer in 68 games between the two sides as they have both won 23 whilst drawing 22 times. Dabblebet have Fulham as slight favourites at 13/10, whereas Aston Villa are 9/4, and the draw is 21/10.

It’s all or nothing for these two teams in their last game of the season.

Fulham will feel they deserve a place in the Premier League after enjoying a 23-game unbeaten and finishing in third place, five points ahead of Villa.

The future of the club could be at stake with the core of their squad set to be raided if they fail to gain promotion. Ryan Sessegnon, Tom Cairney and Ryan Fredericks won’t be short of suitors if they lose on Saturday, while loanees Aleksandar Mitrovic, Matt Targett, Tomas Kalas and Lucas Piazon would all return to their parent clubs.

Aston Villa are a team geared for big games, with players like John Terry, Glen Whelan and Mile Jedinak having all experienced the pressure before.

The game will be won or lost in the midfield. Fulham’s midfield three have been lauded as the best in the league whereas the experience that Villa have in the middle of the park will come in handy.

One man who could make all the difference is Aboubakar Kamara as he has changed games against both Derby and Sunderland in recent weeks and he is the perfect combination of pace and strength with his hurdling background.

Villa will be hoping the Championship’s top creator Robert Snodgrass’s talent shines through in this game, as his set-piece prowess and long-range strikes have served Villa well this season.

So much is at stake in this game and the Championship play-off final is always one of the greatest games of the season. For one set of supporters, there will be jubilation at full-time, but there will be heartbreak for the other. This year it is impossible to call.

Real Madrid vs Liverpool Live – Stream

Liverpool and Real Madrid are being lifted by history – this Champions League final could be one-of-a-kind

As Jurgen Klopp walked into the cavernous Soviet-style press room at Kyiv’s Olympic Stadium, he was suddenly innocently struck by the huge number of people filling it. “Oh wow,” the Liverpool manager let out, with a smile and then a laugh.

There was none of that with the Real Madrid party. Zinedine Zidane, Marcelo and Sergio Ramos walked in like this is all completely normal to them, which of course it is. They are preparing for their fourth Champions League victory in five years, let alone their fourth final, as well as the challenge of becoming just the fourth team in 63 years to achieve the gold-standard feat of three European Cups in a row.

Amid such a rarefied atmosphere, these were little moments that don’t mean all that much, but do reflect one of a few differences between the clubs that could yet make the difference on the day in Kyiv.

Liverpool are endearingly excited about getting back to this stage – their eighth final but first in 11 years – and know that they are inferior to Madrid. They also know that such excitement – or, rather, the electrical charge that Klopp infuses his team with – is the core of their best quality and the ability to regularly best such sides. They have all the belief that comes from that.

This Madrid are meanwhile steadfast in their determination to stay on that stage, and know they are inherently better than Liverpool, as they also know victory here would make them the most successful side in the competition’s history other than their own 1955-60 predecessors. They have all the confidence – or, really, utter arrogance, that comes from that.

Indeed, sources say that key figures at the club believe it might well be the easiest big game they’ve had in this era. It was something partway revealed by former manager Vicente Del Bosque’s prediction that Madrid would win 4-1, even if Ramos, Marcelo and Zidane obviously spoke of “respect” and “taking nothing for granted”.

That genuinely isn’t the case for many around Madrid.

The Liverpool squad, however, are said to be “tuned in” to that. Klopp has his team ready to undercut any Real overconfidence, to fatally challenge any complacency.

The German spoke of how Liverpool will “adjust” to what Madrid do, and therein might lie the winning of this game.

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It is not just Liverpool that have adjusted, after all. The Champions League itself has changed in the last few years, and gradually evolved to a point where we are seeing more goals – 3.42 per game in the knock-out stages this season – than at any stage since Real first dominated. These two free-scoring sides have been central to that, and set to take it to a conclusion. And, if the Kyiv showpiece is to follow the sensationalist trend of the season, then, we could well be set up for something we haven’t seen since Liverpool’s last victory: a high-scoring, high-octane final where both sides score more than once. That last happened in 2005, when Liverpool defied all expectation to produce the exhilaration of a 3-3 draw with AC Milan before then producing a victory on penalties.

It really is something to get excited about, and could well be exacting.

Liverpool are said to have “a 2004-05 belief” about the squad, but the utter arrogance that emanates from Real’s quality and experience means that, if the game does become the kind of free-for-all shoot-out that has characterised this campaign, they would always fully back themselves to win it. It is why, all things being equal, they should of course be backed to win this final.

It wouldn’t take too much for this match to proceed exactly as Vicente Del Bosque predicted, and to end up as a 4-1 Madrid win.
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Liverpool’s progress through the tournament has been relentless (Getty)

That justified arrogance is just another positive of possessing the quality of Cristiano Ronaldo, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric, as well as the recent experience and longer history of so many European Cups.

One potential negative is that such arrogance can almost blind them to possible problems. It brought Real right to the brink against both Juventus and Bayern Munich, in a way it never had before in the last half-decade.

Zidane’s side still came through those games, though, doing so on a knife-edge to further bolster their self-belief. That could mean that – as against Juventus and Bayern – they are too sure of themselves to specifically come up with a plan for what Liverpool can do to them, and the danger is that Klopp’s side pose a threat that will cause Zidane’s defence far greater problems before.

Back in the 2015-16 season at Roma, Mohamed Salah repeatedly found the gap between Sergio Ramos and Marcelo in their last-16 match and ferociously exploited it with his pace like no one else before to create multiple chances – but this was at a stage when he wasn’t yet taking such chances; when he wasn’t the relentless finisher he now is.
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This tournament will be remembered for many standout moments (Getty)

He should have had about six goals. He instead had a nightmare, and everyone else seemed to have proof that he would always be a frustrating player.

That alone is how things can change, and it can change Saturday’s final.

Klopp spotted something extra in Salah and enhanced it. If he is in anything like this season’s form, Liverpool could actually make this Real’s most difficult final, especially since their wider attacking qualities seem almost designed to specifically hurt the Spanish side.

That form is another decisive factor, though, arguably much more so than with any other final.
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Liverpool train at Anfield ahead of Champions League final

Klopp’s greatest quality is motivating players to momentous levels of performance. He also insisted that his side’s greatest strength is “100 per cent the spirit”.

That is why Real should be much more concerned than they are, since that is how the German’s sides have so often beaten notionally better teams.

Except, that is, in finals.

If Real are the competition’s great winners, always finding a way, Klopp is perceived as the great loser on such occasions, always ultimately losing his way. He has suffered defeat in five of his last six finals, and now comes up against a coach in Zinedine Zidane aiming for what would be a record fourth Champions League as a manager.
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Real’s overwhelming arrogance has carried them through (AFP)

While there is a lot of discussion about how much that is down to the French great and how much down is down to the club he’s at, Klopp’s record is the type of thing that gets a lot of discussion when it involves games of such stratospheric stakes, but a more mundane explanation is it is merely coincidence and a consequence of facing wealthier sides.

Klopp also insisted that they are prepared for facing games like this, as he pointed to his own defeat with Borussia Dortmund to Bayern Munich in 2013, and this Liverpool’s defeat to Sevilla in the 2016 Europa League.

“After the game I knew I would want to have this opportunity again. It took a while, but I’m here again because my boys gave me that chance again. I’m really happy to be here with this group of players. They fought so unbelievably hard for this, I really think they deserve to be here. I’m really proud of them already. And now, let’s play football.”
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Klopp must once again extract the most from his players (Getty)

Zidane, meanwhile, went for a Kloppian closing statement.

“Today we’re happy to be here and play another final. We’ll never live this again. We’ll live other moments but we’ll never have today and tomorrow again.”

The stage is set, and all might be set up for a game that causes a lot more “wow” moments.

These two sides have already offered so many, both in their past and throughout this season. It’s time for the one to win it.

Aston Villa vs Fulham Live

Championship Play Off Final: Aston Villa vs Fulham referee announced

The Wythenshawe-born official, who has taken charge of Premier League and Champions League games this season, will take charge of the promotion battle at Wembley.

He will be assisted by linesman Gary Beswick and Dan Cook while Kevin Friend is named as the fourth official.

A statement from the EFL read: “The match officials have been confirmed for the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final, with Anthony Taylor refereeing Aston Villa versus Fulham at Wembley.

“Taylor, a member of the PGMOL’s Select Group, has refereed in the Premier League and UEFA Champions League this season, taking charge of 38 games in all competitions.

“The Cheshire official has previous Wembley experience; his most recent appearance under the arch coming last month when taking charge of the FA Cup Semi-Final between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

“Gary Beswick and Dan Cook have been selected as the assistant referees for the Final on Saturday 26th May, with Kevin Friend named as the fourth official.

“Eddie Smart has been named as the reserve assistant referee.”

Fulham are the bookies’ favourites to win the Play Off Final.

Slavisa Jokanovic’s side finished third in the Championship table – five points clear of Aston Villa.

Fulham beat Derby County 2-1 on aggregate in the Semi Finals to secure their spot at Wembley.

Steve Bruce’s side beat Middlesbrough in the other Semi Final.

They secured a 1-0 win in the away leg before a goalless draw at Villa Park.

Wembley should be packed to the rafters after both sides sold their allocation of tickets.

Wolfsburg vs Lyon Live Stream

Lucy Bronze: Women’s Champions League final ‘reason I joined Lyon’

Lyon’s Lucy Bronze has said the chance to win the Women’s Champions League was the reason she joined the club.

Holders Lyon face Wolfsburg in Thursday’s final in Kiev.

England international full-back Bronze told BBC Sport: “I don’t think I’ve ever experienced anything like this. Lyon and Wolfsburg are the top two European teams at the minute.

“I can’t really recollect too many games, let alone finals, that I’ve been in that really could go either way.”

She added: “I’ve never played in a Champions League final. A lot of the Lyon girls have and a lot of the Wolfsburg girls have, so I think for me it’s a little bit different as well.

“But I thrive off these opportunities and I really want my hands on the trophy. It’s the reason I came here.”

Bronze scored the winner against her former side Manchester City in the semi-final to keep the French club on course to retain their title and win the competition for a record fifth time.

Wolfsburg, who knocked WSL champions Chelsea out in the semi-finals, are looking to win the Women’s Champions League for a third time.

Thursday’s match, which is available to watch on the Red Button and streamed live on the BBC Sport website and app, will be the third meeting of the German side and Lyon in the final of the competition.

You can now add WSL 1 notifications for line-ups, goals, kick-off, half-time and results in the BBC Sport app. Visit this page to find out how to sign-up.

UEFA Women’s Champions League final 2018

Ukraine’s largest airport expects financial boost from UEFA Champions League finals

KIEV, May 23 (Xinhua) — The largest airport in Ukraine hopes to get a financial boost from the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League finals slated for later this week, a senior airport official said here Wednesday.

“We expect to earn 15-20 million hryvnyas (about 575,000-767,000 U.S. dollars) in direct aviation revenues,” said Georgy Zubko, the deputy head of the Boryspil International Airport.

The 2018 UEFA Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool will be held at the Olympic stadium on Saturday.

On the eve of the final, the airport is expected to serve more than 70 charter flights with fans.

Furthermore, the airport is counting on the increase of non-aviation revenues, such as income from duty-free shops and restaurants, Zubko said.

On Thursday, the UEFA Women’s Champions League final between Wolfsburg, Germany and Lyon, France will take place at the Dynamo stadium in the Ukrainian capital.

The Ukrainian authorities said earlier that more than 60,000 foreign fans will visit Kiev for the events.

Located 20 km southeast of Kiev, Boryspil is the busiest airport in Ukraine, covering about 67 percent of the passenger traffic in the country. It provides service to 50 international and domestic airlines operating on about 100 regular routes.

Liverpool vs Real Madrid Live

Champions League final: Real Madrid vs Liverpool, what time is it, TV channel, team news, line-ups, tickets, odds

Real Madrid v Liverpool: Sergio Ramos – the Real talisman who can hurt Liverpool

Liverpool FC and Real Madrid come to a head in the Champions League final on Saturday 26 May as the club season draws to a close.

Madrid are gunning for their third consecutive European crown – and their 13th overall – while Liverpool are in their first final since 2007, and looking to add a sixth title after last winning it in the memorable 2005 final.

Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to be fit as he and Mohamed Salah go head-to-head in a battle of two of Europe’s hottest strikers.
What time is it?

The game will kick off in Kiev at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium at 7.45pm BST on Saturday 26 May.
Where can I watch it?

The final will be shown live on BT Sport 2 from 7pm BST and also available to watch for free on YouTube. Alternatively, you can follow The Independent’s live coverage above.
Team news

Liverpool will be without Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Joe Gomez for the final, with both men also ruled out of the 2018 World Cup as a result of their respective knee and ankle injuries. Joel Matip will also miss the final with a thigh injury. The Reds have concerns over James Milner and Emre Can as well, although both are expected to make the final having trained on Monday.

Real Madrid are expected to have a fully fit squad to choose from with Zinedine Zidane revealing Ronaldo would be “120 per cent fit” for the final in Kiev. Isco and Dani Carvajal had also been struggling but both men are expected to feature on Saturday.
Predicted line-ups

Liverpool: Karius; Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Lovren, Robertson; Milner, Henderson, Wijnaldum; Mane, Firmino, Salah.

Real Madrid: Navas; Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo; Casemiro, Kroos, Modric; Vasquez, Benzema, Ronaldo.
Key battle

Salah vs Ramos/Marcelo: When playing at Roma against Real Madrid, Mohamed Salah consistently found and exploited acres of space between the marauding full-back Marcelo and Sergio Ramos. He failed to make those chances count then, but having discovered his goalscoring touch this season, it could be the area where Liverpool win the match.
Liverpool’s route to the Champions League final

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Liverpool’s route to the final

Qualifying play-off: Liverpool 6-3 Hoffenheim (aggregate)

Group stage: Finished top of Group E with three wins and three draws and scoring 23 goals in the process.

Round of 16: Liverpool 5-0 Porto (aggregate)

Quarter-finals: Liverpool 5-1 Manchester City (aggregate)

Semi-finals: Liverpool 7-6 Roma (aggregate)
Real Madrid’s route to the final

Group stage: Finished second in Group H behind Tottenham Hotspur having won four, drawn one and lost one, scoring 17 goals in the process.

Round of 16: Real Madrid 5-2 Paris Saint-Germain (aggregate)

Quarter-finals: Real Madrid 4-3 Juventus (aggregate)

Semi-finals: Real Madrid 4-3 Bayern Munich (aggregate)
What Jurgen Klopp has said
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Klopp relieved Liverpool only have to face Zidane in the dug-out
Klopp unfazed by Real Madrid’s status as favourites ahead of final

“It’s not easy, but it’s possible. And it’s cool playing against Real Madrid. They’re the defending champions, and they’ve won back-to-back titles in this competition. They’ve done really well under Zinedine Zidane. He’s one of the top 10, top five players of all time. And now he’s the coach of Real Madrid, a hugely experienced team on the pitch. That’ll be a nice challenge.

“He’s an extraordinary character in the football world. I appreciate him. I admired him as a player and respect him as a colleague. It’s incredible what he’s been doing with [Real] Madrid. It’s really, really extraordinary.

“That’s why I’m obviously looking forward to it. But we’re not going there to grab some jerseys. I’m not going there to shake his hand, which of course will happen anyway. However, he’s a great footballing legend.”
What Zinedine Zidane has said

“I haven’t got my starting XI for the Champions League final in my head, but we’re ready. Also, we haven’t picked up any injuries which was important. We’re ready for the Kiev final, which is the most special game of the season.

“We have the biggest game to come and we’re going to enjoy that. La Liga is now over. We have the Champions League to play and we’re thrilled to be in the final. It shouldn’t be a case of choosing. We want to win everything we can, but this year it wasn’t possible to win La Liga and we are going all out for Champions League glory.”
Tickets

Both Real Madrid and Liverpool have been given an allocation of 16,626 each, with the Olimpiyskiy Stadium having a capacity of 70,000 seats.
Odds

Real Madrid: 8/11

Liverpool: 24/19

Real Madrid vs Liverpool Live -Stream

Real Madrid v Liverpool: Sergio Ramos – the Real talisman who can hurt Liverpool

Liverpool FC and Real Madrid come to a head in the Champions League final on Saturday 26 May as the club season draws to a close.

Madrid are gunning for their third consecutive European crown – and their 13th overall – while Liverpool are in their first final since 2007, and looking to add a sixth title after last winning it in the memorable 2005 final.

Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to be fit as he and Mohamed Salah go head-to-head in a battle of two of Europe’s hottest strikers.
What time is it?

The game will kick off in Kiev at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium at 7.45pm BST on Saturday 26 May.
Where can I watch it?

The final will be shown live on BT Sport 2 from 7pm BST and also available to watch for free on YouTube. Alternatively, you can follow The Independent’s live coverage above.
Team news

Liverpool will be without Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Joe Gomez for the final, with both men also ruled out of the 2018 World Cup as a result of their respective knee and ankle injuries. Joel Matip will also miss the final with a thigh injury. The Reds have concerns over James Milner and Emre Can as well, although both are expected to make the final having trained on Monday.

Real Madrid are expected to have a fully fit squad to choose from with Zinedine Zidane revealing Ronaldo would be “120 per cent fit” for the final in Kiev. Isco and Dani Carvajal had also been struggling but both men are expected to feature on Saturday.
Predicted line-ups

Liverpool: Karius; Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Lovren, Robertson; Milner, Henderson, Wijnaldum; Mane, Firmino, Salah.

Real Madrid: Navas; Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo; Casemiro, Kroos, Modric; Vasquez, Benzema, Ronaldo.
Key battle

Salah vs Ramos/Marcelo: When playing at Roma against Real Madrid, Mohamed Salah consistently found and exploited acres of space between the marauding full-back Marcelo and Sergio Ramos. He failed to make those chances count then, but having discovered his goalscoring touch this season, it could be the area where Liverpool win the match.
Liverpool’s route to the Champions League final

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Liverpool’s route to the final

Qualifying play-off: Liverpool 6-3 Hoffenheim (aggregate)

Group stage: Finished top of Group E with three wins and three draws and scoring 23 goals in the process.

Round of 16: Liverpool 5-0 Porto (aggregate)

Quarter-finals: Liverpool 5-1 Manchester City (aggregate)

Semi-finals: Liverpool 7-6 Roma (aggregate)
Real Madrid’s route to the final

Group stage: Finished second in Group H behind Tottenham Hotspur having won four, drawn one and lost one, scoring 17 goals in the process.

Round of 16: Real Madrid 5-2 Paris Saint-Germain (aggregate)

Quarter-finals: Real Madrid 4-3 Juventus (aggregate)

Semi-finals: Real Madrid 4-3 Bayern Munich (aggregate)
What Jurgen Klopp has said
Read more

Key Liverpool duo return to training ahead of Champions League final
Klopp relieved Liverpool only have to face Zidane in the dug-out
Klopp unfazed by Real Madrid’s status as favourites ahead of final

“It’s not easy, but it’s possible. And it’s cool playing against Real Madrid. They’re the defending champions, and they’ve won back-to-back titles in this competition. They’ve done really well under Zinedine Zidane. He’s one of the top 10, top five players of all time. And now he’s the coach of Real Madrid, a hugely experienced team on the pitch. That’ll be a nice challenge.

“He’s an extraordinary character in the football world. I appreciate him. I admired him as a player and respect him as a colleague. It’s incredible what he’s been doing with [Real] Madrid. It’s really, really extraordinary.

“That’s why I’m obviously looking forward to it. But we’re not going there to grab some jerseys. I’m not going there to shake his hand, which of course will happen anyway. However, he’s a great footballing legend.”
What Zinedine Zidane has said

“I haven’t got my starting XI for the Champions League final in my head, but we’re ready. Also, we haven’t picked up any injuries which was important. We’re ready for the Kiev final, which is the most special game of the season.

“We have the biggest game to come and we’re going to enjoy that. La Liga is now over. We have the Champions League to play and we’re thrilled to be in the final. It shouldn’t be a case of choosing. We want to win everything we can, but this year it wasn’t possible to win La Liga and we are going all out for Champions League glory.”
Tickets

Both Real Madrid and Liverpool have been given an allocation of 16,626 each, with the Olimpiyskiy Stadium having a capacity of 70,000 seats.
Odds

Real Madrid: 8/11

Liverpool: 24/19

Champions League Final 2018 Live – Stream

Champions League final starts where you live  and how you can watch it live online

  • The 2018 UEFA Champions League final takes place on Saturday May 26.
  • The final, contested by Real Madrid and Liverpool, has a 9.45 p.m. start time in Kiev, which means 2.45 p.m. for audiences in New York City.
  • Here’s everything you need to know

Real Madrid C.F. takes on Liverpool F.C. in the 2018 UEFA Champions League final later this month.

The match marks the conclusion of an epic European season as Real, the defending champion, meets Liverpool at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine.

Glory, pride, and a permanent place in the history books beckons for this year’s winner — will Real win a third successive title? Or will Liverpool reclaim a crown it has not worn since its extraordinary come-from-behind victory over AC Milan in 2005?

Real has already won the trophy a record 12 times, but faces a successful European club in its own right, as Liverpool has triumphed five times — the most tournament wins by any English side.

When is the 2018 UEFA Champions League final?

The 2018 UEFA Champions League final kicks off on Saturday May 26 and will take place at Ukraine’s Olympic Stadium, the country’s premier sports venue.

It is scheduled to start at 9.45 p.m local time which means an earlier start for UK and US audiences.

Here’s what time the Real Madrid CF vs. Liverpool FC match will start in major cities across different time zones on Saturday May 26.

  • London (BST): 7.45 p.m.
  • New York (ET): 2.45 p.m.
  • Chicago (CT): 1.45 p.m.
  • Denver (MT): 12.45 p.m.
  • Las Vegas (PT): 11.45 a.m.
  • Los Angeles (PT): 11.45 a.m.
  • Honolulu (HAST): 8.45 a.m.
  • Sydney (AET): 4.45 a.m (Sunday).
  • Tokyo (JST): 3.45 a.m (Sunday).
  • Moscow (MSK): 9.45 p.m.
  • Paris (CEST): 8.45 p.m.

Excluding qualifiers, 32 teams entered the eight Champions League group stages way back in September 2017. Now, eight months later, only two remain.

Combined, Real Madrid and Liverpool have been responsible for 70 goals from the 12 Champions League games they each played en route to this season’s final.

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Comoros vs Seychelles Live Football

Bafana remain highest-ranked side in the COSAFA region after latest Fifa rankings

South Africa remain unchanged at number 72 in the latest FIFA World Rankings released on Thursday‚ but will have the opportunity in the coming weeks to climb the table.

Bafana Bafana stay 15th on the African continent with little movement around them‚ but the upcoming COSAFA Cup tournament in the Limpopo province is an opportunity to score points.

Stuart Baxter’s side will play a minimum of two games and potentially three in the week‚ starting with a quarterfinal on June 2 against the winner of Group A that includes Madagascar‚ Mozambique‚ Comoros and Seychelles.

Bafana remain the highest-ranked side in the COSAFA region‚ with Zambia next on the list at number 78 in the global rankings.

They will meet a strong Zimbabwe side in the semifinals if both teams make it past the first hurdle.

Among Africa’s World Cup-bound sides‚ Tunisia remain number one on the continent (and 14 in the world)‚ followed by Senegal (28). Morocco (42) are fourth on the African list‚ followed by Egypt (46) and Nigeria (47).

There will be one more update to the rankings before the start of the World Cup‚ but at this stage champions Germany head to the tournament as the top-ranked side on the planet.

They are followed by Brazil‚ Belgium‚ Portugal and Argentina‚ with Switzerland‚ France‚ Spain‚ Chile and Poland rounding out the top 10.