Chiefs And Supersport Set For 50th Clash At FNB Stadium Today!
By Deez89 | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 116 views
Kaizer Chiefs are set to battle Supersport United this afternoon at the FNB stadium in Soweto in a Dstv Premiership match scheduled to kick off at 3pm, the match will be a significant meeting as this will be the 50th time that these two teams clash in league meetings. Kaizer Chiefs will go into this match on the back of three consecutive losses two in the League against Orlando Pirates and most recently to Amazulu and the embarrassing 2-1 loss to Richard's Bay in the Nedbank Cup, and are currently occupying 9th spot with a mere 18 points and a whopping 18 points behind leaders Mamelodi Sundowns while Supersport are lying second 5 points behind Sundowns. In the 49 games they have played so far in league actions Supersport have won 19 of those games, while Chiefs have won 13 of those previous games, and they have drawn 17 times, the last time the two teams met Supersport won in the first round overcoming Chiefs 2-1 in December, with goals from Bradley Grobbler and Sipho Mbule while Lebohang Manyama scored for Chiefs from the penalty spot.
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