An extended PSL season finally comes to an end, and keen interest will be on the fixture between Baroka and Kaizer Chiefs at Bidvest Stadium on Saturday.
All 16 clubs in the top flight are in action on what has been dubbed “Super Saturday”, with all matches kicking off at 15:30.
Baroka vs Kaizer Chiefs: PSL live scores
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Kaizer Chiefs are sweating over the availabilty of defenders Erick Mathoho and Kgotso Moleko ,who both came out injured during the 1-0 victory against Chippa United on Wednesday.
Another player who did not play the full 90 minutes due to an injury concern was midfielder Lebogang Manyama, who was withdrawn as a precautionary measure after coming into the fixture injured.
Chiefs are also without goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi, but will not sweat his absence too much, thanks to the undeniable ability of long-time number one option, Itumeleng Khune.
For Baroka, it is a fight for survival, as defeat could banish them to the PSL playoffs in the offseason, where they would be fighting to restore their status as a top-flight team.
Our last match of the season we are hosting Kaizer Chiefs today afternoon at Bidvest Wits Stadium.
— Baroka Football Club (@Baroka_FC) September 5, 2020
Baroka vs Kaizer Chiefs: Starting XIs
16. Chipezeze; 5. Makume, 33. Farmer, 6. Sibiya, 3. Gebhardt, 13. Mosele, 17. Kambala, Masiya, 10. Phiri, 42. Mgaga, 27. Makgopa.
Subs: 30. A. Dlamini, 2. Kgoetyane, 43. Sampson, Madondo, 38. Nkabinde, 46. Mahangwahaya, 20. Patjie, 9. Mbulu, 15. Mogale.
Kaizer Chiefs XI: Khune ©, Moleko, Mathoho, Sasman, Cardoso, Katsande, Manyama, Parker, Frosler, Billiat, Nurković Subs: Bvuma, Baccus, Agay, Mphahlele, Kambole, Zuma, Zulu, Ngezana.
#AbsaPrem Baroka FC vs. Kaizer Chiefs First Team Saturday 05 September 2020 Bidvest Stadium 15h30 SS2 & SABC 1 NO FANS ALLOWED INSIDE OR OUTSIDE THE STADIUM!!!!#Amakhosi4Life #KaizerChiefs50 pic.twitter.com/oIxst9ABc0
— Kaizer Chiefs (@KaizerChiefs) September 5, 2020