It will be top-meets-bottom when Kaizer Chiefs welcome AmaZulu in the Absa Premiership fixture this Thursday, 9 April (kick-off at Peter Mokaba Stadium is at 19:00).
The clash will bring back the memories of the humdinger that happened in Durban in the first round of the league. On the night, Amakhosi emerged victorious through a George Lebese inspired brace of goals. Lebese scored the winner during referee’s optional time to send the Chiefs faithful into rapture.
The battle promises to be fierce this time around with the two teams standing at both extreme ends of the log. Bottom of the table Usuthu are resurgent and fighting to stay in the premier division, while table toppers Amakhosi are looking to extend their lead on top of the league.
Chiefs won their last league fixture convincingly with an away 3 – 0 score line against Moroka Swallows. AmaZulu have won their last match at home through an odd goal against Free State Stars.
The fans will make sure not to miss this one because there are six games to go to the finishing line and this fixture will be the last of the Chiefs’ fixtures to be played in Polokwane this season.