The match is set to be played at the National Stadium in Gaborone, with kickoff scheduled for 7pm in the capital of Botswana.
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“The BFA [Botswana Football Association] have endorsed this game and are very excited to see the Mighty Gold and Black in Botswana,” Chiefs tweeted.
This will be the second time Kaizer Chiefs have played Mochudi Chiefs this year, with the friendly in January ending 4-0 in AmaKhosi's favour.
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Matthew Rusike found the back of the net twice in that encounter, while Siyabonga Nkosi and Mandla Masango also weighed in with goals to help their side win the battle of the Chiefs.
The friendly should allow for Stuart Baxter to play a number of his fringe players, with many of his stars destined to be in action for Bafana Bafana in a friendly international against Spain three days later.
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