Chiefs who haven't kicked the ball since thier humillating defeat against Richards Bay in the NedbankCup last 32.
Preparations for thier league encounter against confident Durban side Amazulu Football Club who will want to get thier redemption.
Having not tasted a victory in the past games Chiefs will wanna end thier defeated streak and move up the log as they are on unfamiliar position.
Chiefs fans have been designated about thier team bad performance in the league and cup competitions also thier defeat to rivals Orlando Pirates.
As there speculations that some players don't deserve to be part of the Chiefs team with thier bad perfomance and failing to claim maximum points under coach Gavin Hunt.
As events unfold thier captain Itumeleng Khune have been enjoying grands stands as he was declared not applicable to play for the side after his recent mistakes agaisnt Black Leopards and SuperSport United.
A win against Usuthu will see them move up to eight spot above Bloemfontein Celtic.
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