Kaizer Chiefs suffer DOUBLE Ngcobo blow for Sundowns clash!

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South Africa will come to a standstill when Kaizer Chiefs host rivals Mamelodi Sundowns at the iconic FNB Stadium in a DStv Premiership clash this afternoon.

For the hosts, who are still desperately trying to a secure a top three finish, the stakes are high however for the visitors, it’s simply all about the bragging rights!

Mamelodi Sundowns have already secured the DStv Premiership title with an impressive four games to spare while Kaizer Chiefs sit in fourth position on the log.

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Kaizer Chiefs ended a shocking five-match winless run after defeating Marumo Gallants 1-0 during their midweek clash thanks to a late Keagan Dolly deflected strike.

It doesn’t get any easier for Arthur Zwane’s side who now lock horns with a rampant Mamelodi Sundowns side and you can follow all of the live action below!

Kaizer Chiefs latest INJURY updates!

Kaizer Chiefs are set to be without a number of key players when they face the mighty Mamelodi Sundowns this afternoon.

Defenders Eric Mathoho and Sifiso Hlanti are set to miss out through long-term injuries while Lebogang Manyama too will be missing.

Both Nkosingiphile Ngcobo and Njabulo Ngcobo are also set to miss out through injury. The duo well also missing for the Amakhosi during their previous league meeting against Marumo Gallants.

I can’t eat or sleep well says Arthur Zwane!

“There is no way I can sleep well… Sometimes I don’t even eat well because I believe I can help the club.” Arthur Zwane said as quoted by Citizen.

“I know this club in and out. With the support of everyone, I see the Kaizer Chiefs future as bright.

“I know the players from when they were Under 13’s, I have been here for 22 years and it’s painful to see the team in this situation.

“But I have no doubt that it will change for the better. It is not the first time that we find ourselves in such a situation.

“In fact in my first season here, it was the 1999/2000 season, Kaizer Chiefs had just won the Bobsave and the following one we won nothing.”

Kaizer Chiefs Dolly
Kaizer Chiefs will look to their former Mamelodi Sundowns stars to get one over their arch rivals! Picture: Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix

Tomorrow’s match is set to be televised live on SuperSport PSL while this website will be providing you with live coverage 30 minutes ahead of kickoff.

Action at the FNB Stadium between Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns gets underway at 17:30 on Sunday afternoon.

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