The Sharks are looking to get back to winning ways and get their Super Rugby campaign back on track when they take on the New Zealand side, the Chiefs, in Durban on Saturday.

The Chiefs will be without their national players who are all attending an All Blacks training camp.

The Sharks have made some changes to their match-day squad, Lwazi Mvovo starts on the wing, moving Makazole Mapimpi to the bench.

While Louis Schreuder and Cameron Wright rotate at scrumhalf, Philip van der Walt is back in action, with Jacques Vermeulen moving to the bench.

That 39 – 33 loss to the Bulls last week is seemingly behind them and the Durban side is sitting 10th on the overall standings.

Having won four out of their 11 matches played so far.

“ It’s wide open unfortunately we’ve left it pretty late for ourselves so we had liked to have been in a better position but it is what it is and we got to just make the most of it and we got a squad of guys that are very enthusiastic and eager and are wanting to achieve great things so there’s lots to play for,” said Sharks Assistant Coach.