Kaizer Chiefs return to DStv Premiership action this evening when they travel to the Peter Mokaba Stadium to face Sekhukhune United.

Cavin Johnson’s side will be desperate to make it four wins from four this evening, which could see them climb into the top four on the log standings.

Sekhukhune United on the other hand will be looking to move up from 14th on the log standings by picking up maximum points tonight!

Ashley Du Preez will make his first start for the Glamour Boys since 03 October 2023. The speedy attacker has finally returned to full fitness.

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Sekhukhune United XI: Leaner, Mobbie, Ntiya-Ntiya, Tshibwabwa, Baartman, Sithole, Mokwana, Mokotjo, Ohizu, Mkhize, Mncube.

Subs: Sangare, Rikhotso, Cardoso, Tiwani, Makgaka, Webber, Mtshali, Thutlwa, Masiya.

Kaizer Chiefs XI: Bvuma, Hlanti, Dove, Msimango, Frosler, Maart, Mthethwa, Ngcobo, Mmodi, Du Preez, Gonzalez.

Subs: Petersen, Nj. Ngcobo, Chivaviro, Saile, Solomons, Zwane, Potsane, Mashiane, Shabalala,

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Action at the Peter Mokaba Stadium gets underway at 20:00. The match will be televised live on SuperSport PSL.

Unfortunately for many fans, today’s match won’t be broadcasted live by the public broadcaster SABC.

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“So, we are planning to maintain the momentum of winning. We have been training hard, and we will give our best on match-day to get those minimum points.” Ashley Du Preez told IOL.

“The back-to-back wins have been amazing for the team. We want to continue with our winning mentality and to finish the year on a high note.

“It was so nice to play a few minutes against Richards Bay, and I am happy that we won. I am getting back (to being) fully fit, to a 120 percent. And for me to play those few minutes, touching the ball and playing with the team – I liked it.”

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