Life will not get any easier for Kaizer Chiefs after the FIFA break as the club faces some tough fixtures ahead.
Amakhosi will return to action this Saturday following a week of international break.
The naturena based outfit has not tasted a DStv premiership victory since August and they will be looking to get back to winning ways this Saturday.
We look at the five next fixtures for the club.
The club faces tough fixtures ahead as they still need to face two of their former coaches Gavin Hunt and Ernst Middendorp.
It is expected to be a tough game for the home team as they will be facing a coach who they recently fired and he knows the strength of their players.
The Chilli boys are also desperate for points after having a stuttering start to the current season.
On Sunday 24 October Chiefs will visit Supersport United on a game that is scheduled to kickoff at 17:30.
Is is going to be a tough game for the visitors as SSU are among the teams who are there on top in the log table and will be desperate to add more points to their points tally and stand a better chance of challenging Mamelodi Sundowns for the league title.
On 2 November Amakhosi will return to FNB stadium where they host Stellenbosch FC at 17:30.
The two sides had a tough game last season where Chiefs were dominated in all department but Stellies missed a lot in chances and the game ended with a draw.
Another factor that will make the game tough for Chiefs is that Judas Moseamedi who usually punishes the club is now trading his play at Stellies from Maritzburg United and he will be looking to continue where he left of from the team of choice.
Four days later on 6 November Amakhosi will host their arch rivals Orlando Pirates at FNB Stadium at 15:30.
The two sides are always unpredictable when it comes to this fixture and Pirates lost the previous derby, the Buccaneers will come out gun blazing on this one.
After the FIFA break next month, Amakhosi will visit Middendorp's side Maritzburg United and will be also a tough fixtures for the visitors.
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