Nigeria will host Senegal in an international friendly on Thursday. The Super Eagles have, in most cases, got the better of the Lions of Teranga – in the 16 games between the two nations, Nigeria have won eight times and Senegal managed to win on only three occasions, while the other five fixtures ended in draws.
Although they have played to three conservative draws in the league, Kaizer Chiefs have not lost a game in 2017 yet, and have been scoring goals since the beginning of the second half of the campaign. This came as a result of some changes made by coach Steve Komphela.
Manchester United have officially parted ways with former Germany international, Bastian Schweinsteiger. The central midfielder joined the Red Devils from Bayern Munich in July 2015, but the player made very few appearances for the Old Trafford side under the tutelage of Jose Mourinho.
Bafana Bafana take on Guinea Bissau in an international friendly at Durban's Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday. Coach Owen Da Gama has named his captain – Itumeleng Khune – for the game, and he will be assisted by Hlompho Kekana, Thulani Hlatshwayo and Dean Furman as vice-captains.
After 21 rounds of league action, teams are positioning themselves for the top eight spot, league honours and fighting relegation. Players are putting extra efforts and lifting up their hands to be counted with great performances as we are nearing the end of yet another exciting PSL season. In the four PSL games played last weekend there were nine goals scored. While four PSL teams were involved in continental competitions.
Currently placed in fourth position on the ABSA Premiership log standings with 36 points after 21 rounds of league action, Kaizer Chiefs are three points behind leaders Cape Town City. Amakhosi’s previous match against Baroka FC over the past weekend, where the team were held to a two-all draw, left a bitter taste in the mouths of the Black and Gold faithful.