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Amakhosi have won all five matches in both the league and Cup this season in convincing fashion. Much of it has to do with coach Stuart Baxter not tampering with a winning side

The Kaizer Chiefs boss has kept to one preferred line-up and system thus far this season.

Heading into their last three matches in the MTN8 and ABSA Premiership respectively before they head off on an international break, the Englishman has no plans whatsoever to alter his starting line-up.

"That's the conundrum, isn't it? You think as a coach, 'Do I make changes and freshen it up? Then you think, 'They're doing the job', " Baxter told the Sowetan.

"I've been asked: playing the same team, can't the opposition plan for you? For over two years we've probably been the easiest team in South Africa to read, because we've played the same way.

"But we've probably also won a lot more games in that period than anyone else," Baxter added.

The Glamour Boys currently sit on top of the standings of the Premiership after three rounds of action and they carry a 2-0 lead from the first-leg of the MTN8 second-leg semi-final against Platinum Stars as they do battle in the second-leg at home on Saturday.