Just In: Official Kaizer Chiefs team news & starting line-up v Cape Town City!!
By GlobCapacity | self meida writer
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Shortly from now Kaizer Chiefs will be taking on Cape Town City in a crucial & crunch DSTV Premiership fixture
It is fair to say that both sides are in desparate for the three points but not more so than Kaizer Chiefs who are narrowly escaping the bottom half
It is no doubt whatsoever that a victory for Kaizer Chiefs against Cape Town City will further strengthen Amakhosi's case that the club's revival was sparked by the crucial victory v Amazulu
Amakhosi's chances of winning the match have been further complicated by the reality and fact that the club are currently facing an injury crisis with Khama Billiat thee most notable amongst a host of respective absentees
For the crucial and crunch fixture for Amakhosi against Cape Town City this is the club's official team news and starting line-up for the fixture: Akypei, Ngezana, Zulu, Mphahlele, Cardoso, Akumu, Mashiane, Baccus, Nurkovic, Ncobo, Zuma.
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