The Soweto giants' starting line-up is expected to make it three wins in a row in the PSL, according to GOAL.
Daniel Akpeyi is the goalkeeper.
The 35-year-old has shown to be a reliable goalkeeper for Amakhosi throughout their current four-match unbeaten run in the league.
In the league, Akpeyi is going to make his tenth appearance of the season against City.
Njabulo Blom, RIGHT WING-BACK
The Bafana Bafana international, who is now Chiefs' first-choice right-back, is expected to return to the starting lineup against City.
Blom was suspended on Sunday, therefore he didn't play in the Soweto Derby against Swallows FC.
Kgaogelo Sekgota, LEFT WING-BACK
With Happy Mashiane suffering an injury during the Soweto Derby match, the left-sided player could be used in this role.
With regular left-backs Sifiso Hlanti and Sibusiso Mabiliso out injured, Sekgota started as a left wing-back against AmaZulu FC last week.
Austin Dube, CENTRAL DEFENDER
In the match against Swallows, the lanky defender was again used as a center in a three-man defense, and he put in a steady effort.
Dube will be hoping to make an impact once more this weekend in order to solidify his place in the starting lineup.
Daniel Cardoso, CENTRAL DEFENDER
While Swallows skipper Lebohang Mokoena scored against Chiefs, the former Free State Stars defender found himself out of position.
While facing City's hard-walking striker Fagrie Lakay, Cardoso may be under pressure to deliver a step forward overall performance.
Kearyn Baccus, CENTRAL MIDFIELDER
The Durban-born Australian marked his return to the starting lineup with a fantastic performance against Swallows.
Baccus is the most likely to keep his spot on the team now that Cole Alexander has been suspended.
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