The club of Kaizer chiefs is preparing to meet the leven time winner of premier soccer league, Mamelodi Sundowns for the second time this season after the first match during the quarter finals of the MTN8 cup was decided on penalty in favour of the current champion of DSTV premiership, Mamelodi Sundowns to be more precisely.
On the other hand both clubs coming to this fixture without an loss for this season considering, Amakhosi initial match settled in draw where the second match became their initial green light first win of the campaign on the other side Mamelodi Sundowns also managed to collect the same point during the initial two matches of this current season.
Nonetheless the former club of Kaizer chiefs currently legend of the club recommended this line up against the champion this coming weekend.
As per the choice of the club legend Mr Isaac from the position number one which is goalkeeper position he prefers Itumelengi Khune against Bruce, mentioning the experience of Mr Khune.
Coming to the back line,Mr Mathoho,Mr Cardoso both in the centre back while Reeve Frosler on the right back instead of Mr Njabulo Blom.
On the front Mr Isaac Mabotsa is hoping that Stuart Baxter will go with the duo of Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly.
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