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Kaizer Chiefs take the show on the road this weekend as Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium will host the battle between the Amakhosi and Highlands Park.
Kaizer Chiefs defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele praised the Lions of the North on the Amakhosi's official website, “I watched their last game against Polokwane City at home, and obviously they have a good team. I am actually surprised that they are at the bottom of the log, because they have good players who have the experience of playing at the highest level.
“We have to be at our best if we want to beat them and switch on from the first whistle to the last and take our chances. In all honesty we are expecting a win against them…”
Highlands Park currently sit at 15th on the log with two wins from 17 games. Coach Gordon Igesund will be encouraged by the fact that when he played for Highlands Park 38 years ago, they used to match Kaizer Chiefs pound-for-pound. However, in the last 11 games against Amakhosi, as a manager, Igesund only has a win percentage of 27%.
Can Highlands Park pull off a shock upset?