CAF Champions League co-title favourites Entente Setif and TP Mazembe desperately need away points this weekend after bad starts to the group stage. Defending champions Setif lost 2-1 at home against fellow Algerians USM Alger two weeks ago while Congolese Mazembe were held 0-0 by Sudanese visitors El Hilal. Setif took 84 minutes to score a consolation goal and a couple of great saves from veteran Robert Kidiaba in the closing stages prevented Mazembe losing. If playing away is not sufficiently challenging, Setif and Mazembe meet rivals who made losing starts and are equally desperate for points. On Saturday, Setif face Mouloudia El Eulma, the third Algerian club in Group B, which is completed by Sudanese outfit El Merreikh. Mazembe travel from the heart of central Africa to Morocco in the north west corner for a Sunday night Group A date with Moghreb Tetouan. USM and Merreikh get the ball rolling Friday in Algiers and Hilal host Egyptians Smouha Sunday […]