Kaizer Chiefs will look to book their place in the second round of the Caf Champions League when they lock horns with Black Africa at the Independence Stadium in Windohoek
Angula, Martin, Gebhardt, Katire
Mundjanima, Haoseb, Bantam, Blom Stephanus, Katjiteo
Moleko, Mashamaite, Gordinho, Mathoho
Nkosi, Maluleka, Lebese, Masango
Black Africa of Nambia will need to four goals against Kaizer Chiefs and concede none when the two teams meet in the second leg of the Caf Champions League on Saturday night.
AmaKhosi have a 3-0 lead from the first leg played in South Africa last weekend, but Black Africa are confident of overturning the result.
Chiefs have left some of their stars behind, and Stuart Baxter is expected to give some of his fringe players a run against Black Africa.
However, Brian Isaacs is expected to field his strongest possible eleven against AmaKhosi, as he looks to upset his favourite South African club.
Mandla Masango came to the party in the first leg and scored a brilliant goal to give Chiefs the lead, and the speedy winger will again be expected to be at his best in Namibia.
Black Africa captain Angula will be hoping to organize his defence better this time around to try and stop the likes of Kingston Nkhatha and Knowledge Musona.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- If Black Africa beat Chiefs 3-0 tonight, the game will go straight into penalties.
- Kingston Nkhatha is among the leading goalscorers in this year's competition with two goals already.
- In head-to-head stats, Black Africa and Chiefs have met just once, with AmaKhosi cruising to a 3-0 win.
- With Khune left behind for this clash, AmaKhosi will have a new captain against Black Africa.