After playing their match day two on Tuesday, we look at the next five fixtures for Kaizer Chiefs across all competitions.
The 2022/23 DStv premiership season started on a high note at the weekend and the rest of the teams will play their second games today.
We look at next five games for the glamour boys.
Amakhosi will return to action this coming weekend when the club visit to face the champions at Loftus Stadium.
The game is expected to be a tough one since the two sides will be fighting for the top position in the log table.
The game is scheduled this Saturday 13 August kickoff at 15:00.
Vs Richards Bay
Amakhosi will return in action again when the club host Richards Bay at FNB Stadium on 20 August kickoff at 20:00.
The two sides will be meeting for the first time in the league since the Rich Boys recently gained top flight promotion.
However the two sides have previously met in the Nedbank Cup few seasons ago when Richards Bay was still in lower division, and the Rich Boys claimed a 2-1 win over Amakhosi.
Chiefs will be looking to avenge their last defeat by the Kwazulu Natal side.
Cape Town City
Amakhosi will be on the road again when the club visit to face the Citizens on 23 August in the Mother City.
The game will kickoff at night 19:30.
It will be a tough game and CTC will be looking to bounce back after having a terrible start to the season.
On 28 August Amakhosi will return to the Mother City for the game against the Stellies in the MTN8 quarterfinals.
The game will kickoff at 15:00.
Amakhosi will return to league action when hosting Usuthu on 3 September kickoff at 17:30.
The club will be looking to win most of their next five league games to have a better chance of cementing a place at the top of the log table.
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