With the DStv premiership currently on a break, we look at Kaizer Chiefs' next five fixtures.
Amakhosi will return to action next month when the Africa Cup of Nations is concluded.
The club will be looking to continue from where they left off in the first round of the season after claiming back to back wins before the Christmas break.
Chiefs will play most of their first five games away when the league returns in mid February.
Cape Town City
On 26 February, Amakhosi will travel again to Limpopo for their game against Bagkaka.
Chiefs will be looking for a double over Baroka after the Naturena based side claimed a victory in the first round of the season.
The game is scheduled to kickoff at 17:00.
Amakhosi will be on the road again as the club visit to face their arch rivals, Pirates at Orlando Stadium on 5 March kickoff at 15:30.
Chiefs will also be looking for a double after defeating Pirates in the previous Soweto Derby by 2-1.
Three points and bragging rights will be at stake in this encounter.
On 19 March Amakhosi will play their first home league game this year when the club host Golden Arrows at FNB Stadium on a game that is scheduled to kickoff at 17:00.
Amakhosi will be on the road again when the club visit to Gqeberha for their game against the Chilli Boys on 2 April.
The game will kickoff at 15:00.
Amakhosi will also participate in the Nedbank Cup after the club was drawn up against TS Galaxy in the last 32.
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