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How To Stop Chiefs’ New Found Attack

Kaizer Chiefs are playing without a point of convergence right now because of wounds to Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro, and that makes them risky. 

This view is held by SuperSport United goalkeeper and chief, Ronwen Williams, who addressed the media this week in front of the Tshwane side inviting Amakhosi for their DStv Premiership conflict on Sunday. 

Amakhosi have as of late needed to search for different choices to give them the assaulting danger, and despite the fact that it took some time, the blend between Khama Billiat and marquee marking Keagan Dolly seems, by all accounts, to be proving to be fruitful. 

Chippa United were forced to bear a whipping last end of the week with Billiat setting up Dolly to score twice and the last giving back in kind for the Zimbabwean to likewise get an objective in their earnest 4-0 association triumph. 

"Clearly knowing protectors, they favor playing against the greater and more grounded strikers that they know," Williams told columnists. 

"Be that as it may, presently they will confront Khama and Keagan, who move so a lot – the central concern for the safeguards is to follow the run. Get it early on the grounds that we know how they need to play and we realize they have a ton of speed. However, in saying that, we must stop the inventory, assuming that doesn't come, they will not be a danger. It's what we've been really going after, so ideally things can be beneficial for us." 

SSU are second behind Mamelodi Sundowns on the table, while Chiefs will be frantic to win to move once again into the Top 8 and close the hole on the pioneers.


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