Kaizer Chiefs Announce Starting Lineup for AmaZulu Clash in Carling Knockout Cup

Starting Lineup
Starting Lineup

Kaizer Chiefs Announce Starting Lineup : Kaizer Chiefs are gearing up for an exciting showdown as they host AmaZulu FC in the first round of the inaugural Carling Knockout Cup. The match, scheduled to kick off at 18:00 SAST at the FNB Stadium, has both fans and players buzzing with anticipation.

Kaizer Chiefs Announce Starting Lineup for AmaZulu Clash

The Glamour Boys have their sights set on this newly formed tournament as the perfect opportunity to bring an end to their prolonged trophy drought. Molefi Ntseki’s side faced a heart-wrenching exit in the MTN8 cup at the semi-final stage, and their primary focus now shifts to the Carling Knockout Cup.

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AmaZulu, on the other hand, are out for redemption. Having suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Amakhosi in their league fixture earlier in the season, Pablo Franco’s team is determined to restore some pride and settle the score.

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Starting Lineups:

Kaizer Chiefs XI:

  • Goalkeeper: Khune
  • Defenders: Dove, Ditlhokwe, Ngcobo, Frosler
  • Midfielders: Maart, Matlou, Mthethwa, Potsane, Dolly
  • Forward: Chivaviro


  • Bvuma, Msimango, Kwinika, Solomons, Castillo, Mdantsane, Mmodi, Saile, Gonzalez.

AmaZulu XI:

  • Goalkeeper: Mothwa
  • Defenders: Sikhakhane, Hanamub, Fielies, Mphahlele
  • Midfielders: Gumede, Motshwari, Brooks, Ekstein
  • Forwards: Ngema, Moremi.


  • Mzimela, Zulu, Jooste, Mbanjwa, Maluleka, Human, Letsoalo, Kwem.

Viewing Options:

While the match will not be broadcasted on SABC’s regular channels, SuperSport PSL will be televising the game. Fans can also enjoy a live stream of the match on SABC+ and SABC SPORT’s website, ensuring that no one misses the thrilling action.

The pressure is palpable for Kaizer Chiefs, with coach Molefi Ntseki acknowledging the weight of expectations. “Yes, the pressure comes from yesterday, not necessarily today. But that’s because of the history of the club, the background of the club,” Ntseki shared, addressing the high expectations placed upon the team.

The Carling Knockout Cup promises to be an electrifying encounter, and fans are eager to see if Kaizer Chiefs can make their mark and take a step closer to ending their trophy drought.

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