Kaizer Chiefs recent form has been surprising to say the least. The Naturena based side is 4 games unbeaten in the Dstv Premiership, with 2 wins and 2 draws. They next face Stellenbosch in a crucial game before the Soweto Derby on the Weekend.
Coach Stuart Baxter has galvanized the team which has seen them score 7 goals in their last 3 matches. What has been key to their recent success has to be influential Bernard Parker who has slowly been ticking over. A lot has been said about Stuart Baxter's style of play and how many teams have already figured it out. It won't be easy for Kaizer Chiefs to get one over Stellenbosch as the team is undefeated in the Dstv Premiership so far. They have played 8 games, won 4 and drawn 4 which sees them sit 2nd in the standings. A win for Stellenbosch could see them close the gap on Mamelodi Sundowns at the top however, a win for Kaizer Chiefs could see them rise as high as 3rd after a dismal start to the campaign.
Kaizer Chiefs will be wary of prolific striker Judas Moseamedi who has caused them many problems in the past. Whilst playing for Maritzburg United and Cape Town City, the striker tormented the Kaizer Chiefs backline having scored 5 goals in 4 games. He hasn't found his goal scoring boots as of yet for his new club, but he will look to change that when he faces his favourite side in the league.
It will be crucial for the Amakhosi to get all 3 points against Stellenbosch as they next face bitter foes Orlando Pirates. Form can be thrown out the window when these two teams meet which surely in recent times means for some fireworks.
Can the mighty Amakhosi make it 3 in a row?
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