What Kaizer Chiefs Needs To Do To Qualify For The CAF Champions League Quarter-finals
By Chizoba171 | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 6 views
Kaizer Chiefs are at present planning for their last gathering stage match in the CAF Champions League, which will be played on Saturday (10 April) and they will head out Conakry in Guinea to confront Horoya in a match that will seen as a Cup last for the two groups, as they are as of now level on focuses.
Kaizer Chiefs and Horoya are at present in second and third spot deferentially and the two of them have 8 focuses to their name with Wydad AC previously qualified in first spot with 10 focuses, and Petro de Luanda effectively out of dispute in last spot with just 1 point.
To fit the bill for the CAF Champions League quarter finals, Kaizer Chiefs will either need to dominate the game out and out, or have a scoring draw (for instance 1-1 or 2-2), however Chiefs will pass up capability in the event that they lose the match or they are held to a goalless draw (for instance 0-0).
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