The Amakhosi Fans through Social Media feels that the PSL title race is not over yet. Mamelodi Sundowns have not won the championship yet, although they are 3 Points down. Kaizer Chiefs may not win it albeit leading for the better part of the season.
Both teams are not inspiring in their performances. The Thursday fixture between the two clubs will not be a title decider but a potential ground leveller. Due to the fact that they'll be missing some key players, Chiefs have suddenly become underdogs leading up to the game. This league will end in Tears.
However, even after "losing", Chiefs would still be leading the log with goal difference. Sundowns are yet to play three Limpopo teams who are trying to keep relegation at bay. People should note that both teams are not in the best of shapes and no one can say with any authority which of the two will eventually be crowned Champs.
Through Facebook, people were sharing their say:
“Both teams won one out five last games (if memory serves me well), thats not a championship play. But if (and its a big IF) Chiefs win it will be over for downs with 3 games to go,”
“I chiefs loose thusdays game l will start to worry though we will still leading with goals difference,”
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