Absa Premiership

Baloyi: Why Chiefs want to win

2016-10-14 14:24
Lucky Baloyi (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lucky Baloyi has explained why the club want to win when they take on Ajax Cape Town in the Premiership on Saturday at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.

The game is one of three designated home matches to be played in Durban this season, and Baloyi believes that winning the contest will be a boost to Chiefs supporters from that region.

The Glamour Boys are currently top of the league after recording three victories in a row, and are also coming off a 4-1 Macufe Cup triumph against Bloemfontein Celtic during the international break.

Meanwhile, Ajax are yet to pick up three points in 2016/17 and are seemingly the underdogs ahead of Saturday's clash in eThekwini.

Nonetheless, Baloyi explained why Chiefs feel a victory is important against the Urban Warriors.

He told the club's official website: "We really look forward to mix again with our supporters there. They are always great!

"That's another reason why we will travel to Durban determined to make our supporters happy. This means that we want to win."

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