Since the new season began at the beginning of this month, we preview the following five games for Kaizer Chiefs.
Three games have been played so far, with the club winning once and losing twice.
Amakhosi will aim to rebound from their loss to Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday in their upcoming match.
Vs. Richards Bay
Amakhosi will need as many points as possible to move up the standings.
Their opponent, though, is now atop the standings, so it won't be an easy win.
City of Cape Town
Next Tuesday, the 23rd of August, Amakhosi will be back in action as they travel to Cape Town to take on the struggling CT City.
We'll get the ball rolling at 19:30.
City, currently sitting at the bottom of the log table with only one point collected, will be more hungry for the maximum points, making it more difficult for Amakhosi to gain maximum points.
Stellenbosch Football Club
On Sunday, August 28 at 15:00, the MTN8 quarterfinal match between Amakhosi and the Stellies will begin.
The Chiefs are the visiting team and haven't won a championship in seven years.
Compare and contrast Amazulu
On September 3 at 17:30, the club will play host to Amazulu in their first September matchup.
Amakhosi's goal this season is to fight for the league championship, hence the team will be working to improve its standing in the standings.
Gallants of Marumo
On September 7 at 19:30, Amakhosi will play at Gallants for the second time this month.
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