Kingston Nkhatha will face Kaizer Chiefs tonight for the first time since leaving the club, and will be hoping to keep up his trend of scoring against former clubs.
The 29-year-old shocked the South African football fraternity last month when it was announced that he had opted against signing a new contract with the Amakhosi and had instead chosen to join SuperSport United.
Nkhatha then went on to score on his Matsatsantsa debut before picking up a yellow card that would see him banned against Mpumalanga Black Aces but available to face his former team.
The Zimbabwean came to South Africa in 2007 to join Free State Stars, spending a year on loan at Carara Kicks before breaking into the Ea Lla Koto first team.
Since leaving Stars for Black Leopards and then ultimately Chiefs, Nkhatha has managed to score against both of his former clubs and is yet to lose a game to a South African side that he has previously played for, winning seven and drawing four of his 11 games against Leopards and Stars.
Chiefs will be looking to keep up their impressive 24-game unbeaten run against Gordon Igesund’s side tonight, however Nkhatha will be looking to silence the boo-boys in Polokwane and help his new side end that run.