Kaizer Chiefs Vs Mamelodi Starting Lineups 21 Jan 2023: Updated Now

Lineups For Kaizer Chiefs Vs. Mamelodi Sundowns

Kaizer Chiefs Vs Mamelodi Starting Lineups: Here are the provided starting lineups for Kaizer Chiefs Vs Mamelodi Sundowns match for the game day on 21st January 2023.
Kaizer Chiefs are now fourth, and Mamelodi Sundowns are in first place in the PSL 2022/23 table standings.

Mamelodi Sundowns have won their last nine games.
Kaizer Chiefs have played four consecutive home games without a victory.
Kaizer Chiefs are outperformed by Mamelodi Sundowns in the Premier Soccer League.

In the previous five games, Mamelodi Sundowns has performed better than Kaizer Chiefs.
Kaizer Chiefs have gone two games without scoring.
Just one of Mamelodi Sundowns’ last five games against Kaizer Chiefs has ended in a loss (in all competitions).

Read on to confirm each team’s lineup i.e. starting lineup for Kaizer chiefs and the Mamelodi starting lineup also head to head records between the teams.

Match Info

Head to Head between Kaizer Chiefs Vs Mamelodi Sundowns

 

Kaizer Chiefs Vs Mamelodi Starting Lineups 21 Jan 2023

Starting lineup for Kaizer chiefs

Goalkeeper

  • Itumeleng Khune

 

Defenders
  • Reeve Frosler
  • Edmilson
  • Happy Mashiane
  • Zitha Kwinika

 

Midfielders

  • Samkelo Zwane
  • Nkosingiphile Ngcobo
  • Yusuf Maart

 

Forwards

  • Shabalala
  • Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana
  • Ashley Du Preez

 

Starting lineup For Mamelodi Sundowns

Goalkeeper

  • Ronwen Williams

 

 

Defenders
  • Aubrey Modiba
  • Rushine de Reuck
  • Gaston Sirino
  • Themba Zwane

 

Midfielders

  • Cassius Mailula
  • Khuliso Mudau
  • Teboho Mokoena
  • Marcelo Allende

 

Forwards

  • Neo Maema
  • Mothobi Mvala

 

News on Amakhosi

Zwane’s blunders and justifications have put Kaizer Chiefs in serious trouble against Mamelodi Sundowns, according to McGregor

Shane McGregor, a former Kaizer Chiefs player, has issued a warning to the Soweto giants ahead of Saturday’s highly anticipated match against Mamelodi Sundowns.

While Downs are in excellent form, the Chiefs are the underdog.

Amakhosi are hoping to revenge their first-round loss, and McGregor noted areas for improvement. Soweto giants must advance.

The Glamour Boys enter this game as the underdogs after dropping their last two league games, including a humiliating 4-0 loss to AmaZulu FC last Friday.

On the other side, Sundowns are the most successful team in the PSL after beating SuperSport United 1-0 on Monday to secure their record-tying 11th straight victory.

The prolific striker McGregor, who played from 1987 to 1994, warned Amakhosi that Sundowns might embarrass them if they can’t tighten up some of their play.

 

“They play offensively pretty poorly. And the coach [Zwane] keeps offering justifications, such as, “If they had not committed that error, if they hadn’t converted that penalty, “McGregor stated to Sowetan.

“They continue to make mistakes, but he is doing nothing to stop them. If they continue to play as they have, I’ll be hiding from Sundowns.
“Simply put, they need to double their improvement. They need to significantly strengthen their defense. They will be in serious peril if they don’t awaken “He went on.

If you watched the Carling Black Label Cup match [against Orlando Pirates in October], in my opinion, you would have seen that the Chiefs looked strong defensively even though it was a friendly match.

Where has he been since he gave the team’s defense the appearance of being strong? He has never played.

At this point, you should use your finest players to produce outcomes, not those you like or dislike.

 

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