Kaizer Chiefs name starting lineup for Maritzburg clash!

Kaizer Chiefs welcome Maritzburg United to the FNB Stadium tonight for a crunch DStv Premiership clash.

Both sides will be desperately searching for a victory tonight after they dropped points in their respective opening clashes.

The Glamour Boys were stunned by an exciting Royal AM side in Chatsworth courtesy of a 1-0 defeat.

Maritzburg United on the other hand played out to a 1-1 draw against Sekhukhune United at the Harry Gwala Stadium.

Take a look at how both sides lineup ahead of this evening’s crunch DStv Premiership clash below.

Kaizer Chiefs vs Maritzburg United: Starting lineups

Kaizer Chiefs XI: Bvuma, Solomons, Ngezana, Kwinika, Frosler, Matlou, Sithebe, Maart, Du Preez, Dolly, Billiat.

Subs: Petersen, Nj. Ngcobo, Blom, Mashiane, Alexander, Radebe, Nk, Ngcobo, Sekgota, Shabalala.

Maritzburg United XI: Ndlovu, Makume, Ndengane, Mashikinya, Sam, Theron, Human, Ritchie, Soukouna, Samu, Macheke.

Subs: Leaner, Monomodi, Skelem, Kiekie Kimvuidi, Hlongwa, Moloisane, Conco, Baloyi, Palace.


Tonight’s clash at the FNB Stadium gets underway at 19:30.

The match will be televised live on SuperSport PSL and you can also live stream it on Multichoice’s streaming platform DStv now. A subscription is required.

Arthur Zwane, newly appointed head coach of Kaizer Chiefs celebrates during the DStv Premiership 2020/21 match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs at Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria, on 25 April 2021 Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

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Arthur Zwane calls for patience!

“If I have to give a rating out of 10, maybe we are still on four. We are not even halfway there because we still have a long way to go.” the Kaizer Chiefs coach told Sowetan.

“I think we are still far from where we want to be. As much as we are building in all aspects in terms of confidence.

“The way of play, the culture and all those things, because it’s not going to be something that will happen overnight.

“It’s going to take some time, but that’s why Kaizer Chiefs are going to have to go through stages.

“There are phases that you have to make sure you complete. This one first and be sure that everyone is on the same page before you move to the next one.

“Otherwise you won’t be able to involve everything at once because that will cause sort of a division. Players won’t even know whether they are coming or going.”

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