Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs will be expected to get back to winning ways when they host Edu Sports
FC in the Nedbank Cup on Saturday.
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Amakhosi saw their unbeaten start to the Premiership season
come to an end on Tuesday after slumping to a 2-0 defeat at SuperSport United,
marking the Soweto giants' first league loss in 20 outings.
Stuart Baxter's men were, however, already knocked out of
one cup competition this term after losing on penalties to Platinum Stars in
the Telkom Knockout, although they were crowned MTN8 champions after seeing off
Orlando Pirates in the final in September.
Chiefs will now be looking to book their place in the Ke Yona
last-16 when they host their Gauteng SAB Regional League opponents at the FNB
Stadium this weekend, although Baxter has already admitted he knows very little
about the side, which could spell potential trouble for the top-flight leaders.
Reneilwe Letsholonyane could return for the hosts, having
missed the loss to Matsatsantsa following the death of his father the day
before, while Itumeleng Khune could be handed cup duties after finding himself
second-choice behind Brilliant Khuzwayo.
Chiefs have an otherwise fully-fit squad to choose from,
although Baxter already confirmed he will rotate his squad, given the fact they
also have Premiership and CAF Champions League commitments this term.
Kick-off is at 15:00.