Although the Brazilians have been a dominant force in the PSL for the past decade winning a record of 11 league titles while Amakhosi are still stuck on just four.
The Gauteng giants have clashed 52 times since 1996 and the Glamour boys still have the upper hand with twenty wins, Sundown’s have sixteen wins over Chiefs then the rest of the 16 matches ended as a draw.
During their last encounter in the DSTV premiership yesterday Mamelodi Sundown’s crashed the glamour boys in what was a satisfying 2-0 victory over their arch rivals.
However, since the return of former mentor Stuart Baxter the club has been playing different and with class so it’s safe to say they might be challenging for the league title this season and Sundown’s is also hoping to clinch their twelfth league title during the 2021/22 season.
Which team do you feel is likely to win the league this season and do you think Amakhosi will continue to reign supreme over the Tshwane giants? please share your thoughts and opinions on the comment section down below.
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