Kaizer Chiefs v SuperSport United: Head-to-head stats – 20 February

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A struggling Kaizer Chiefs side will host a high-flying SuperSport United team at the FNB Stadium on Saturday, 20 February.

Kick-off is scheduled for 15:00.

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Amakhosi enter the match having not won since beating lowly TTM on 19 January.

Since that 3-0 victory, Gavin Hunt’s men have been held to draws by Stellenbosch FC and Baroka FC and lost the Soweto derby to bitter rivals Orlando Pirates.

They were also sent crashing out of the Nedbank Cup by second-tier Richards Bay and lost their most recent DStv Premiership match against Benni McCarthy’s AmaZulu.

Kaizer Chiefs are currently ninth in the DStv standings with 18 points after 16 matches.

Bongani Zungu has been on the receiving end of scything criticism by one of Rangers’ greatest ever players after breaching Covid-19 regulations.

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By contrast, SuperSport United are flying high in second place in the standings after a similar number of matches.

In head-to-head stats between the two sides, Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport have met in 60 league matches since 1990.

Matsatsantsa have claimed 22 wins compared to 20 for Amakhosi, while 18 games have been drawn.

Kaizer Chiefs have won 12 of their 30 home matches, suffering 12 defeats in the process.

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The teams met in the DStv Premiership earlier this season, with SuperSport United claiming a 2-1 home win at the Lucas Moripe Stadium in December 2020 thanks to goals from Bradley Grobler and Sipho Mbule.

Matsatsantsa are unbeaten in their last four league matches against Amakhosi.

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