Rival clubs have been warned by Stuart Baxter when it comes to the attacking front three of Bernard Parker, Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly.
The trio have been in sizzling form over the last several weeks, coinciding with Kaizer Chiefs’ move up the DStv Premiership table – Parker has three goals, Billiat four and Dolly second on the top scorers’ charts with six.
And the way they tore Swallows apart on Sunday in a 3-1 victory pushed them to eight points behind log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns, though the Brazilians have a game in hand and remain title favourites at this stage.
Baxter praised the manner in which Parker, Billiat and Dolly are able to press high up the pitch and make most of the opportunities count.
“They pressed very well in the first half and that resulted in us getting a couple of very good chances,” the coach said of their display against Swallows, who subsequently fired their coach Brandon Truter several hours later.
“If you give them an inch, they will take a yard. They found themselves a little bit of space and three goals was the result.”
This is the kind of advice Eric Tinkler, coach of Cape Town City, will want to take note of with the Citizens visiting Amakhosi on Saturday.
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