Supersport United and Kaizer Chiefs meet in a DSTV Premiership match at the end of the week, with three focuses on the line.
A success for SuperSport will solidify their spot in the second spot of the Premier League standings, directly behind Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs. They need each of the three focuses to discover their direction through the log standings.
This view is held by SuperSport United goalkeeper and captain, Ronwen Williams, who addressed the media this week in front of the Tshwane side inviting Amakhosi for their DStv Premiership conflict on Sunday.
As of late, Amakhosi have needed to search for various choices to give them an enticing threat, and even though it took some time, the mixture of Khama Billiat and the ever hardworking Keagan Dolly has all the signs of proving to be fruitful.
Chippa United was forced to endure a beating at the end of the week, with Billiat setting up Dolly to score twice and Dolly giving back in kind to Khama to score the final goal in their 4-0 league triumph. "They tend to play against the greater and more grounded strikers that they know," Williams told reporters.
Yet, presently they will confront Khama and Keagan, who move so a lot – the central concern for the defenders is to follow the run. Get it early because they know how they need to play and they realize they have a great deal of speed. However, in saying that, they must stop the supply. Assuming that doesn't come, they will not be a danger. It's the thing they have been practising, so ideally, things can be beneficial for them.
Do you think Kaizer Chiefs have the team to overcome SuperSport United or will it be the Tswane outfit who will run riot against the Glamor young?
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