SIX players ruled out for the final match

Kaizer Chiefs will be without six players before his last game of the season against the Cape Town Spurs.

It’s a must-win game for Kaizer Chiefs, who need the three points to secure a top-8 finish. They travel to Cape Town to face relegated Cape Town Spurs. A convincing win for Cavin Johnson will secure a top 8 spot, but defeat will see them fall short of their goal.

For the Spurs, it’s a game of pride as they won’t want to go down without a fight. Another factor in the game is that most Spurs players want to attract the interest of other teams by doing their best. A win for them should bring morale and hope to the team as they prepare to play in the Motsepe Foundation Championship.

Without six players, Kaizer Chiefs will have to work hard to secure their place in the MTN8 competition when the new season begins in August. Amakhosi has are at 8th place after 29 games. The hosts, the Spurs, are 16 years with 20 points in 29 outings.

George Matlou, Keagan Dolly, Reeve Frosler, Dillan Solomons and Tebogo Potsane still suffer from a variety of ailments. Defender Edmilson Dove will also miss his third straight game after receiving his second red card of the season against TS Galaxy two weeks ago.

Kaizer Chiefs will lose six players for the clash against Spurs

“There have been no recoveries as far as Chiefs’ injuries are concerned,” the club stated.

Kaizer Chiefs are still searching for a new coach for next season. Cavin Johnson is currently serving as interim coach, but Saturday will be the 65-year-old’s last game in charge of the Soweto team.

Amakhosi fights to finish in the top 8

With changes expected at Kaizer Chiefs next season, several players will leave the club at the end of the season.

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