AmaZulu v Chippa United

AmaZulu v Chippa United – Saturday 18May – Moses Mabhida (15:00)

Chippa United kept their faint hopes of avoiding relegation alive by salvaging a 2-2 draw with fellow rookies Tuks at Philippi Stadium in Cape Town last Saturday. The hosts made their intentions clear early on but had to score a late equaliser to earn the point.

The Cape side remain unbeaten under new coach Mark Harrison who has kept their season alive with two wins and three draws since arriving. Chippa have a dismal away record with one win and just three draws from 14 travels. However, their last away match under their new coach saw them beat defending champions Orlando Pirates 1-0.

AmaZulu are coming off a 3-1 away loss to Bidvest Wits. However, their home form has been very different. They are unbeaten at home in their last eight matches, that run stretches from last year November, and thrashed Black Leopards 4-0 in their most recent home match. Although they have only won five times out of 14 games in KwaZulu Natal this season, they have only lost thrice, conceding a mere 11 goals.

Chippa will find the going tough at Moses Mabhida and although they should have more desire, a draw seems the best bet.

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