Kick-off is at 3:00pm.
Kaizer Chiefs were on fire against Free State Stars a week ago as they rallied to bag a 1-0 win away to raise their title ambitions.
However, heading to their home clash to Chippa United, they failed to show up as they displayed a different performance from the one against Ea Lla Koto.
As a result, Steve Komphela’s men succumbed to a 3-0 loss at the Calabash and their title hopes were left in tatters.
The loss left scars on the club’s supporters who reacted to the loss with objects pelted at the players and the coach.
As they sit at the fourth spot with 39 points and left with four matches to wrap up their campaign, the Soweto giants will want to finish on a high.
In the reverse fixture in Phokeng, Chiefs claimed a win and will hope to do so at home, but the coach will have to work on his players’ mentality after a rough afternoon at home.
Looking at Dikwena, they are motivated after a gutsy display at home to Polokwane City last Saturday.
A 2-0 win over Rise and Shine in Rustenburg has definitely boosted Stars as they want to evade the relegation axe.
However, one may argue that the win came too late as their games are getting fewer, but they will aim for a spot in the play-offs.
On the log table, Roger De Sa’s troops sit 16th with 21 points from 26 league matches.
Other fixtures: Sat 14
FS vs Celtics: Goble Park- 18:00
Downs vs Wits: Loftus – 18:00
Cape Town City vs SuperSport: CT Stadium – 20:30
|AmaZulu FC||v||Orlando Pirates||King Zwelithini Stadium||15:00|
|Baroka FC||v||Maritzburg United||Peter Mokaba Stadium||15:00|
|Chippa United||v||Ajax Cape Town||Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium||15:00|
|Kaizer Chiefs||v||Platinum Stars||FNB Stadium||15:00|
|Tuesday 17 April 2018|
|Mamelodi Sundowns||v||Golden Arrows||Loftus Versfeld Stadium||19:30|