Chiefs to fine-tune performances

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Chiefs players arrive during the DStv Premiership match between Royal AM and Kaizer Chiefs at Chatsworth Stadium on August 06, 2022 in Durban,
Chiefs players arrive during the DStv Premiership match between Royal AM and Kaizer Chiefs at Chatsworth Stadium on August 06, 2022 in Durban,
Darren Stewart

Kaizer Chiefs will be hoping to use the upcoming Macufe Cup friendly clash against Royal AM as preparation for their highly-anticipated MTN8 semi-finals.

After knocking out Stellenbosch in a quarter-finals of the MTN8 last month, Kaizer Chiefs are set lock horns against AmaZulu in the competition's semi-final stage.

"We need the game because we want to improve on certain aspects of our game. We want to get our chemistry right and also give some other players a chance to play because we want to keep everyone at the same level of fitness," head coach Arthur Zwane said.

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After AmaZulu, Chiefs will return to DStv Premiership action with a clash against neighbours Swallows having lost just one of their last five league matches.

"We need to use the [friendly] match get to try combinations and get them right for the games coming up in October because we will play seven official matches," Zwane added.

"We look forward to seeing Amakhosi supporters in Mangaung and the Free State because it has been long since we played there," said Zwane.

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