Kaizer Chiefs’ Siphelele Ntshangase says that playing in Cape Town feels like ‘home’ as they prepare for this afternoon’s clash against Benni McCarthy and his team.
The 25-year-old is expected to be in Giovanni Solinas’ starting XI today as they come up against Cape Town City, with the Glamour Boys looking to bring to an end a five-game winless streak in all competitions and bag their first three points of 2018/19.
‘Stash’ has been almost ever-present this season so far, having cemented his place in the Italian’s starting XI, missing just two minutes as he was substituted late into the 3-0 victory over Free State Stars – their only win of the season – due to a minor injury.
Speaking to the club’s official website about going for the win in the Mother City, Ntshangase said, “Playing in Cape Town feels like playing at home… Our supporters always come out in numbers to support us in the Mother City. We are looking forward to the game. As Kaizer Chiefs, we always go for the three points and will do the same on Saturday.”
Chiefs and City will lock horns at Cape Town Stadium at 15h00 this afternoon, with both sides potentially climbing up to seventh in the Absa Premiership table with a victory.