Things have not been going well for Kaizer Chiefs this season. However , they'll be looking to redeem themselves by winning the Nedbank Cup , after losing to TS Galaxy in 2019.
Kaizer Chiefs have always struggled when playing against lower league clubs - as the Amakhosi have lost more games to them than any other club in the Nedbank Cup.
They face yet another very tricky , good side. Richards Bay are level on points with first place Sekhukhune United , but they are second on the log because of a lower goal difference.Richards Bay are unbeaten in their last five matches , drawing three and winning two. While , Kaizer Chiefs are still wounded after their 2 - 1 defeat against arch rivals Orlando Pirates.
Richards Bay will fancy their chances against the Soweto giants.
The Amakhosi suffer a major blow as they'll be without suspended Siyabonga Ngezana and Ramahlwe Mphahlela.
Will the National First Division side Richards Bay cause an upset ? Please leave a comment down below and let me know what you think.
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