With Kaizer Chiefs still yet to be beaten this season, the crew ponders over which team and coach, if any, will be the ones to derail the unstoppable Amakhosi train…
Looking at a breakdown of each of the remaining games of the current campaign, here is who Chiefs are confirmed to be facing from now until May.
Key To Fan Park’s Rating:
5: Defeat Is Guaranteed
4: Highly Probable
3: Could Happen
1: Not A Chance
SuperSport (Gordon Igesund) – Lucas Moripe Stadium
Having previously eliminated Chiefs via a penalty shoot-out in the Telkom Knockout tournament, Gordon Igesund and former Chiefs striker, Kingston Nkhatha, will favour their chances.
Edu Sport FC - FNB Stadium
While Chiefs may have suffered elimination from the Nedbank Cup by a minnow team once before, it seems highly unlikely that their unbreakable record will be trashed against the unknown Edu Sport FC.
Township Rollers (Madinda Ndlovu) – TBC
Having stumbled to a 2-1 defeat against Township Rollers on the weekend, Chiefs will need to lift up their socks if they hope to qualify for the next round. Rollers were by no means a walk over in Soweto, and could prove even stronger on home soil.
Ajax Cape Town (Roger De Sa) – FNB Stadium
Roger De Sa does not hold a positive record when it comes to facing Chiefs, and with this game being played at the FNB Stadium, the Cape side are more likely to taste defeat.
Orlando Pirates (Eric Tinkler) – FNB Stadium
A lot will depend on whether or not Pirates will be able to continue their great form in 2015 - if so, they will certainly be difficult to overcome.
Martizburg United (Steve Komphela) – Harry Gwala
Komphela has a knack for taking down big clubs when they least expect it, but, if Chiefs are still unbeaten by this time of the season, the quality in their squad could very well see them stretch their terrific run.
Moroka Swallows (Fani Madida) - Dobsonville Stadium
The Birds haven’t produced many special moments this season, but it is a derby and anything could happen. However, based on current form, Chiefs would certainly be favourites.
AmaZulu (Steve Barker) – Peter Mokaba Stadium
AmaZulu have been in horrendous form and haven't showed much improvement at the start of the year. Usuthu have not shown any potential of challenging the top sides, and it would be a major upset if they did manage to stop the Amakhosi.
University Of Pretoria (Sammy Troughton) – Absa Tuks Stadium
Although they may be knocking on the door for a top eight spot, Chiefs would be expected to navigate this fixture without too much trouble.
Polokwane City (Kosta Papic) – FNB Stadium
Polokwane City have enjoyed some good results this season and produced some entertaining football. It would be unexpected if they did manage to halt Chiefs' run, but they have been one of the surprise packages this season
Mamelodi Sundowns (Pitso Mosimane) - Loftus Versveld Stadium
Sundowns will be chasing Chiefs’ tail until the end of the season and there is no doubt that they will be fighting for three valuable points at this stage of the season - especially if the title is still on the line.
Bidvest Wits (Gavin Hunt) – FNB Stadium
Any team managed by Gavin Hunt will always be a team that will favour their chances against Kaizer Chiefs. This will be the same when they face each other in the second last match of the Absa Premiership season.
Chippa United (Ernst Middendorp) – Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
After having slayed Orlando Pirates, and with this game maybe representing nothing left to play for Chiefs, Chippa could cause an upset.
Looking at this, which team do you think could stop Chiefs?