In a tweet posted by Chiefs, the association match will be accessible ONLY SuperSport PSL channel 202 on the day.
This means Amakhosi fans who depend on SABC Sport channels for football should track down an option as the public telecaster won't screen the match.
Next Kaizer Chiefs Match!
⚽️Kaizer Chiefs versus Chippa United
🗓️Saturday 16 October 2021
📺SuperSport PSL 202
📢No allies are permitted inside or right external the arena #Amakhosi4Life pic.twitter.com/XxUrIAKiJg
— Kaizer Chiefs (@KaizerChiefs) October 13, 2021
Amakhosi head into the experience against Chippa United under tremendous strain to win after their lethargic beginning to the season.
Chiefs have just dealt with a solitary success from their initial six association rounds of the period, and they end up in twelfth spot with only six focuses.
Chippa United haven't had the best of starts either under Gavin Hunt as they are set thirteenth on the log with only five focuses from similar number of games.
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