The national women's soccer squad in training this week, in preparation for their vital Sunday fixture against Zimbabwe in Pretoria's Caledonian Stadium. Picture: gsport
While Banyana Banyana host the opener in a vital Home-and-Away knock-out Olympic qualifier against Zimbabwe in Pretoria on Sunday, six SAFA Boland Women’s Super League fixtures also kick off at 3pm.

In Pool 1 Maties will take on travellers Mighty Peace at Coetzenberg in Stellenbosch, Young Juvenuts will hope for home-ground advantage against Glen Eagles at Paarl, and Shooting Stars host Simunye in Ceres.
Glen Eagles will regret having shared the spoils with Simunye at home last weekend, but Maties and the Young Juvenuts will appreciate first-round wins, to get the leaderboard rolling over.
In Pool 2, Pondo Strikers will want to make up for their narrow defeat last weekend by beating Paarl Pirates at Esselen Park in Worcester, View of Hope, who had a bye last week, will hope to gain maximum points off Sparkling Stars also in Worcester, while Paarl Ladies play host to the Mighty Five Star team at Paarl.