Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs duo Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat. Image: @kaizerchiefs / Twitter

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Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane has confirmed there’ll be a few absences in his side for tonight’s clash against Sekhukhune United

Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs duo Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat. Image: @kaizerchiefs / Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs welcome Sekhukhune United to the FNB Stadium for a blockbuster DStv Premiership clash this evening.

The Amakhosi will be looking to build on from their victory over Golden Arrows last time out.

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Sekhukhune United on the other hand will be looking to win back-to-back games for the first time this season.

Chiefs head into today’s clash in fourth on the log standings while the visitors sit in 12th position.

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Kaizer Chiefs INJURY updates

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Arthur Zwane will be praying over the fitness of star striker Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana who was forced off against Golden Arrows last weekend due to an injury.

The league’s top goal scorer’s potential absence could see young Wandile Duba earn his first start in Amakhosi colours.

Arthur Zwane has hinted that Khama Billiat and Ashley Du Preez may need more time to recover from their respective injuries.

“There are some players battling with hamstring and muscle problems, who might need two more weeks and be tested to see if they are match-ready and pain free.” Zwane told the Kaizer Chiefs website.

How to watch live

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Today’s DStv Premiership clash gets underway at 20:00. You can watch the match live on SuperSport PSL.

The match will NOT be televised on SABC.

Dolly desperate for Kaizer Chiefs new year celebrations

“We are happy with the win against Golden Arrows. It was important for us to end the year off on a high. That was our aim when we started training in December,” Dolly told the Kaizer Chiefs website.

“Credit must go to the boys. Most of us are not used to playing at that time of year. It is usually time spent with the family.

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“But everyone worked hard for the three points and I believe it will build our confidence. Our next objective is to go into the new year on a high, and it starts with Sekhukhune.”

Amakhosi chemistry getting better – Zwane

“We are coming back from a long recess. It is an unusual one at this time of the season. So it will be a case of adaptation and a change of mindset from our players.” Arthur Zwane said as quoted by IOL.

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.“We finished the first half of the season on a high, against a team (Pirates) that are currently on a high. We just want to continue where we left off in terms of the performance.

“With the hope that we still have the same rhythm. We are starting to get to know each other very well. The chemistry is also getting better, as is the approach of the players, which has also been key.”

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Arthur Zwane and Kaizer Chiefs during training. Image: Twitter/Kaizerchiefs

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