Predicting Kaizer Chiefs' XI to face Royal AM in PSL encounter
Amakhosi will travel to Chatsworth Stadium on Saturday night in order to take against Thwihli Thwahla. Coach Arthur Zwane will lead Amakhosi into a new era and he'll be motivated to orchestrate victory over Royal AM in a PSL match.
After suffering an injury earlier this week Kamohelo Mahlatsi rejoins the Glamour Boys.
While Yusuf Maart (Sekhukhune United), Ashley du Preez (Stellenbosch), Zitha Kwinika (both Stellenbosch), George Matlou (all Swallows), Mahlatsi (all Swallows), Dillon Solomons (all Swallows), Siyethemba Sithebe (AmaZulu), and Yusuf Maart (all Stellenbosch) have all joined Amakhosi during the current
Itumeleng Khune is the goalkeeper
Khune will continue to serve as the club captain and Zwane said that he might be given a starting position.
Right Back-Dillon Solomons
Most likely the new Amakhosi right-sided player will make his formal debut.
Reeve Frosler-LEFT BACK
Sifiso Hlanti has not yet regained his match fitness, therefore the versatile full-back could stay in this position.
Siyabonga Ngezana is the central defender
The tall defender, who is a certain to start, was Amakhosi's finest defender last year.
Siyethemba Sithebe's ATTACKING MIDFIELDER
Due to his experience, the dreadlocked midfielder might be preferred over Nkosingiphile Ngcobo.
Khama Billiat, RIGHT FORWARD
The Zimbabwean star will be the Chiefs' best chance at upsetting Royal AM for the first time.
Ashley du Preez is the center forward
Given that the team is now looking for a center striker, the new Amakhosi attacker will probably be in charge of the assault.
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