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Amakhosi head into the experience in twelfth put on the DStv Premiership standings while Chippa United are simply behind them in thirteenth position.
This will be the nineteenth gathering among Chiefs and Chippa, and The South African investigates how the two groups fared against one another in the past 18 matches.
The primary gathering among Chiefs and Chippa was on 29 September 2012, and this was before long the Gqeberha-based side was elevated to the PSL.
Amakhosi disregarded Chippa, beating them 2-0 at FNB Stadium, on account of objectives by Tefu Mashamaite and Lehlohonolo Majoro.
Bosses would proceed to overwhelm this apparatus as they went to dominate three more matches against Chippa without surrendering an objective.
The Chili Boys would end the losing streak against Chiefs with a goalless attract August 2015 in Gqeberha.
From that point onwards, Chippa turned into a troublesome side for Chiefs to beat as they recorded their first success over them in May 2016 – beating them 2-0 at the Calabash.
Generally speaking, Chippa have overseen six successes over Chiefs – all of which came after Stuart Baxter's takeoff, which means the 68-year-old hasn't lost to the Chili Boys.
Bosses, then again, have recorded 10 serious successes over Chippa to show their predominance.
The Glamor Boys have scored 18 objectives in 18 games against Chippa while they have surrendered only 13 – and six of those were at home.
There have been two draws among Chiefs and Chippa, and strangely, both matches finished in goalless draws.
In view of the no holds barred details above, Chiefs have the high ground over Chippa United, yet will they utilize that for their potential benefit?
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