Kaizer Chiefs return to DStv Premiership action this afternoon when they host Cape Town City FC in a crucial DStv Premiership clash!
Arthur Zwane’s side will be desperate to put an end to their four-match winless run. However, standing in their way are a stubborn Eric Tinkler side.
Cape Town City, like Kaizer Chiefs, are in contention for a prized CAF Champions League spot which second place on the DStv Premiership log offers.
The visitors sit in third position on 41 points while their hosts are in fifth position on 39 points. Both teams have played 25 matches and will be left with just four games after today’s clash!
Kaizer Chiefs vs Cape Town City: How to LIVE STREAM!
Action at the FNB Stadium gets underway at 15:00. The match will be televised live on SuperSport PSL and 209.
This website will be providing you with live coverage 30 minutes ahead of kickoff between Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town City FC.
You can also live stream today’s crucial DStv Premiership clash on Multichoice’s streaming platform DStv Now on the SuperSport PSL channel (Subscription required).
Chiefs XI: Petersen, Ngezana, Cardoso, Blom, Frosler, Alexander, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Parker, Dolly, Billiat, Castro.
Subs: Bvuma, Mphahlele, Nurković, Baccus, Nange, Zuma, Radebe, Mabiliso, Sekgota.
Cape Town City XI: Hugo, Fisher, Cupido, Mokeke, Fielies, Mashego, Rhodes, Ambina, Mdantsane, Martin, Mayo.
Subs: Keet, May, Mokhuoane, Goedeman, Nodada, Mpandle, Makola, Gonzalez
The boys are fresh! – Zwane
“We are playing against a team that plays with a high tempo and a team that has very good technical players.” Arthur Zwane told the Kaizer Chiefs website.
“We anticipate a very difficult encounter against them. But we have equally good players that can take the game to them and capitalize on their mistakes.
“We know their strong points and weaknesses, so we will try and stop them from getting time and space on the ball against Kaizer Chiefs.
“Because once you give them time and space on the ball they can hurt you at any given time. So we will try and put them under pressure all the time, especially in the second zone.
“And as soon as we regain possession, we will be looking to connect with our forwards upfront.”