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Amakhosi advised to maintain concentration following their 4-0 victory.

A former Kaizer Chiefs player has warned his former team not to think that everything is in order after they cruised to a 4-0 victory in their last DSTV Premiership clash. Kaizer Chiefs returned to winning ways last weekend as they hammered Gavin Hunt's Chippa United by 4 goals without any reply.

This was the Soweto giants' first victory since August and the victory was inspired by some brilliance from Khama Billiat and their new addition in attack Keagan Dolly, who has bagged himself a brace against the Chilli Boys taking his overall Kaizer Chiefs tally to 3 goals.

Kaizer Chiefs, however, will have a tougher challenge against their next opponents, SuperSport United who sit 2nd in the DStv Premiership standings, just 4 points behind log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns. Amakhosi will visit Matsatsantsa at Lucas Moripe Stadium, having not beaten the Tshwane outfit in the previous 5 league meetings.

Another tricky part about the fixture is that SuperSport United coach Kaitano Tembo will be going up against his former mentor in Stuart Baxter, having served as the Englishman's assistant when Baxter was head coach of SuperSport United back in the day.

"It is still early to talk about them. We will talk more about them when they have played a few more games. Otherwise for now, they did well in that game and I hope they will continue with that,"

"They need to pull up their socks so that they can keep moving up. They need to keep fighting and work harder together. What these guys don't know is that when you are playing for Kaizer Chiefs, you are playing a final every week." - Muchichwa

Kaizer Chiefs will look for 3 more points against SuperSport United as they continue the grind to improve their position in the DSTV Premiership log standings.

Sources: Soccer Laduma

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