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Khune, Bril­liant Khuzwayo and Reyaad Pi­eterse.

Chiefs are also util­is­ing the re­serve league, where some of their se­nior play­ers such as Josta Dladla, Matthew Rusike and Hen­drick Ek­stein are en­joy­ing reg­u­lar game time in the Mul­ti­Choice Diski Chal­lenge.

Amakhosi have prof­ited mainly on re­peat en­coun­ters this sea­son as seven of their wins were against the same op­po­nents. Four of those vic­to­ries were in Cup en­coun­ters. They have al­ready beaten Plat­inum Stars thrice, and will meet the Pho­keng-based side once more in the Telkom Knock­out quar­ter­fi­nals on Oc­to­ber 26.

Chiefs have scored dou­ble vic­to­ries over Mar­itzburg United and Mpumalanga Black Aces. LIS­TEN UP Stu­art Baxter, Wil­lard Kat­sande and Tsepo Masilela plot the down­fall of another op­po­nent. Kaizer Chiefs are yet to be beaten this sea­son

Oc­to­ber 19: Oc­to­ber 22: Oc­to­ber 26:

vs Ajax Cape Town (League) – A vs Moroka Swal­lows (League) – H vs Plat­inum Stars (Telkom Knock­out quar­ter­fi­nal) – H vs Or­lando Pi­rates (League) – A vs AmaZulu (League) – A

vs Mamelodi Sun­downs (League) – H A – away; H – home

Novem­ber 1: Novem­ber 5: Novem­ber 22:

CHIEF CUL­PRIT Coach Ernst Mid­den­dorp


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