Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed that the team will be using the FIFA break to prepare for their upcoming game with Mpumalanga Black Aces.
The Amakhosi will be aiming for a win against Aces to get their season back on track, after failing to score a single goal in their last five games.
“Kaizer Chiefs’ next assignment will be an Absa Premiership fixture on the road on Tuesday, 12 April, against Mpumalanga Black Aces, which is coached by former Amakhosi mentor Muhsin Ertugral.
“The league is currently on a Fifa break with national teams taking centre stage worldwide. The international games are held between 21 March and 1 April.
“Amakhosi went into this league break at the backdrop of an uncharacteristic form. The squad will be looking to use this period to sharpen up before the encounter against Aces.
“Chiefs and AmaZayoni occupy respectively fourth and fifth position on the league log with two points separating the two. Chiefs have 39 points, while Aces are on 37 with both teams having played 23 matches,” Chiefs stated on the club’s official website.
Aces and Chiefs have been scheduled to play at the Mbombela Stadium from 19h30.