Lamontville Golden Arrows will look to establish their position in the DStv Premiership when they welcome the struggling Kaizer Chiefs to the Moses Mabhida Stadium this weekend.
Abafana Besthende is enjoying a rich vein of form under the guidance of Mabhuti Khenyeza.
Arrows has done well under the former Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundown’s striker.
The KwaZulu-Natal-based club will be gunning for maximum points against the struggling Chiefs.
Khenyeza says they won’t change their game plan.
“For us, all the games are the same. All the games are three points. If we start treating other games differently [to] with others, we’ll have a problem. We won’t change anything against Kaizer Chiefs.”
Arrows Captain Nduduzo Sibiya says he expects a tough game against Chiefs.
Sibiya says the changes in the technical team at Chiefs will change their game plan altogether.
“It will not be an easy game as [Chiefs interim coach] Calvin Johnson has been given the task of looking after the team. We don’t know what he’s planning and Chiefs, obviously won’t like being beaten by us. The game will be difficult as they have suffered a defeat recently and we don’t want to be beaten by them,” adds Sibiya.
Next Kaizer Chiefs Match!
⚽️Golden Arrows vs. Kaizer Chiefs
🗓Saturday 28 October 2023
🏟Mpumalanga Stadium, KZN
📺SuperSport PSL 202
🎟R40 (General) & R50(Grandstand) – Ticketpro, Spar#Amakhosi4Life #Khosified pic.twitter.com/xNPY73J4qI
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