Buccaneers already one nil up
It's fair to say that the Sea robbers are seen as the favourites this weekend. Displaying a better win percentage ever since the first Soweto derby in 1970. This will affect the Glamour boys psychologically, and give Orlando Pirates that boost they need to put the ball in the back of the net, as it had eluded them in their last game against Esperance. They did everything except score was the coaches exact words. Kaizer Chiefs have had an inconsistent run , with the potential to overturn anyone on any day. The most important thing that needs their attention will be the Goalkeeping situation. Who will be inbetween the sticks this weekend, that remains a mystery until before the kick off. With players like Ekstein improving ever since the arrival of the German tactician, who knows what they can conjure up in the heavily anticipated Soweto Derby. This gives the men in gold and black an unpredictability which could prove to be extremely dangerous. On top of this , Middendorp has a great record with his previous stint at KC , where he left with three wins and a draw during his tenure from 2005-2007. Seems like it will be a evenly poised encounter, one for the neutrals. Who will walk away with the bragging rights ?