Welcome to another blissful football day for all football lovers in South Africa. The matchday 3 fixtures are ready as usual to spice up our weekend with goals and drama. Maritzburg United kicked off the weekend in a tight way against Swallows FC and the match ended in a goalless draw.
Today, we will be entertained by one of the biggest match is the history of PSL. The defending champion, Mamelodi Sundowns will visit Kazier Chiefs ta FNB stadium at 2:00pm. It will be a thrilling match that one could afford to miss. The Amakhosi fans will surely crowd the stadium with music and joy to cheer their team to victory.
However, the context of this article is that Kaizer will come on top at the end of match if their new tactician, Arthur Zwane could start these two players:
1. Kgaogelo Rathete Sekgota
After watching Sekgota play few minutes against Maritzburg United on Tuesday, I'm safe to say that the boy could be a strong force the team could reckon on this season.
He impressed everyone on the pitch with his skills, pace, agility, passing accuracy and shooting ability. He creates the chance that led to the last goal of the match after making an elite turning in the middle of two opponents. Sekgota will help Chiefs defeat Sundowns if the coach include him in the starting lineup.
2. Ashley Du Preez should start in the striking position ahead of Khama Billiat
On Tuesday, we all saw how fast and hungry Preez was for goals. He fought till he got the second goal and that's the quality of an elite striker. Billiat is good but Mamelodi Sundowns is a big club with good defense.
If Zwane wants to win the match, he should start Preez as striker and bench Billiat as a substitute. They need to finish any chance they find and I'm pretty sure Preez is the best for the job.
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