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Kaizer Chiefs Next Five Fixtures

Take a look at the next five matches for Kaizer Chiefs in all competitions following their match day two on Tuesday. 

First-round matches for the DStv Premiership 2022/23 season were held this weekend, and the other teams will play their second matches today. 

This month, Amakhosi will be extremely busy following their season-opening victory over Maritzburg United on Tuesday night. 

We take a look at the upcoming five games for the stars. 

Sundowns of Mamelodi 

Amakhosi will be back in action this weekend when they travel to Loftus Stadium to take on the champions. 

Both teams will be battling for the top spot in the log, thus this matchup is expected to be challenging. 

Kickoff on Saturday, August 13th, is set at 15:00. 

vs. Richards Bay 

On August 20, Amakhosi will play host to Richards Bay at FNB Stadium, with kickoff set for 20:00. 

First meeting since Rich Boys promotion to the top tier of English football for first time 

There was previously a Nedbank Cup meeting between Richards Bay and Amakhosi a few seasons back when the Rich Boys were still in lower level, and they won 2-1. 

After losing to Kwazulu Natal last time out, the Chiefs will be hoping to revenge that defeat. 

The City of Cape Town 

A return trip to the Mother City to take on the Citizens is on the horizon for Amakhosi on August 23. 

Game time has been set at 19:30 local time. 

Even though it has had a rough start, CTC will be hoping to get back on track. 

South Africa's Stellenbosch F.C. 

The MTN8 quarterfinal match between Amakhosi and the Stellies will take place on August 28 in Cape Town. 

The game will begin at 15:00 local time. 

The AmaZulu Football Club 

As of September 3, Amakhosi will play a league game against Usuthu at 17:30 local time. 

If the team can win the most of their next five league games, they will have a stronger chance of securing their position at the top of the standings.


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