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DOHA: The Qatar Stars League (QSL) will stage the QSL Qatar Nations Cup semi-finals this week.
The tournament has been a huge hit, with hundreds of players all over Qatar competing in the event launched in partnership with recreation and events experts QSports Leagues.
Four teams are just 90 minutes away from finding out who will play in the final – meaning this weekend’s action will be more exciting than usual.
Tunisia take on France in the first semi-final, while Spain will face Sudan to fight for a place in the final.
Tunisian striker Bassam Maccouch has been one of the stars of the tournament with four goals to his name. Now he hopes the scoring can continue as his side competed to overcome the final hurdle.
He said: “The tournament has been very good so far. I think everyone has enjoyed it. We have played well as a team and I believe we have a very good chance of getting to the final. We are here to win, that is why we play football.”
French captain Emmanuel Lopez believes the flair of the French will be enough to negotiate a path to the glamour final on March 30.
He said: “I believe we have a very good chance of making the final, why not? We have a good team with very good players although I think everyone accepts that it will be difficult to beat Tunisia.”
The winner of Tunisia vs France will go on to face whoever comes out on top in the match between Spain and Sudan.