Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs will play four Absa Premiership games and a CAF Champions league second leg encounter in April. Amakhosi will want to consolidate and stretch their lead in the league.
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According to the club's website, Chiefs will first visit the Moroccan city of Casablanca to face Raja Casablanca on 5 April. Amakhosi go into the second leg of the first round trailing by 0-1. The match logistics will be announced soon.
After having returned from Morocco, Chiefs host bottom of the log AmaZulu at Polokwane’s Peter Mokaba Stadium on Thursday, 9 April (kick-off at 19:00).
Then, Chiefs will travel to the Capital City to play against the unpredictable University of Pretoria on Tuesday, 14 April (kick-off at 19:30). The match will take place at the Absa Tuks Stadium.
Polokwane City will be next, when they visit the FNB Stadium on Wednesday, 22 April (kick-off at 19:30).
The epic league title deciding clash between Mamelodi Sundowns and Chiefs will take place at Pretoria’s Loftus Stadium on 29 April (kick-off at 19:30). Sundowns are the current title holders, while Amakhosi won the Absa Premiership in 2013.
The two remaining league fixtures will be held in May.