Kaizer Chiefs have ascended the most recent PSL standings and are currently level on focuses with rivals Orlando Pirates BUT…
Amakhosi got a predominant 4-0 triumph over Chippa United throughout the end of the week.
Chiefs have now ascended to eighth position and are attached with Orlando Pirates (seventh) and Golden Arrows (sixth) on 9 focuses each.
Nonetheless, The Bucs have a game close by, a precarious away tie against Maritzburg United on Wednesday.
On the off chance that Pirates win they will go three focuses clear of Chiefs. On the off chance that the Buccanneers lose, they will stay level on focuses with Amakhosi. While a draw will see them go one point over their Soweto rivals.
What makes a difference is that Chiefs got back to winning ways. They were winless all through September and the beginning of October.
Baxter will trust that this is the defining moment in their season.
Chiefs next game in the DStv Premiership is against SuperSport United on 24 October.
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