Kaizer Chiefs will be chasing back-to-back victories in the DStv Premiership when they travel to TS Galaxy on Sunday afternoon.
Teams: TS Galaxy v Kaizer Chiefs
Date: 05 January 2023
Venue: Mbombela Stadium
Chiefs won their first match and scored for the first time in the new year after beating Royal AM 2-0, ending a three-game losing run in the process.
Amakhosi find themselves in fifth position on the standings and a win can only take them above Orlando Pirates into fourth place.
Reeve Frosler and Dillan Solomons joined the injury list after last week's injuries and won't be available for at least six weeks.
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Moving on, the Rockets revived their season as they won for the first time in six matches after thrashing Golden Arrows 4-0 last weekend.
Sead Ramovic's charges are precariously lying 12th on the table, just one point above the relegation zone.
The Rockets also parted ways with former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Sibusiso Vilakazi this week.
Galaxy are unbeaten against Chiefs in their last three duels, with the two sides playing to a 2-2 draw in the early-season fixture.
Here's how they line up:
TS Galaxy: 32. Kolak, 23. Munyai, 5. Msimango, 3. Sanoka, 11. Nyama, 8. Mbunjana, 17. Parker, 10. Hlongwane, 7. Mongae, 9. Traore, 27. S.MahlanguSubs: 1. Van der Linde, 30. Mere, 28. Phohlongo, 23. Mlambo, 13. Mathekgane, 4. M.Mahlangu, Medina Rodriguez, 14. Radebe, 49. Sebelebele
Kaizer Chiefs: 1. Petersen, 20. Ngezana, 24. Kwinika, 2. Dove, 13. Hlanti, 8. Maart, 6. Sithebe, 42. Shabalala, 10. Dolly, 9. Du Preez, 28. Bimenyimana.
Subs: 16. Khune, 3. Mathoho, 27. Ngcobo, 24. Nange, 22. Matlou, 36. Zwane, 37. Duba, 21. Saile
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