Giovanni Solinas gives first starts to crowd-pullers, Kabelo Mahlasela and Hendrick Ekstein.
Kaizer Chiefs coach, Giovanni Solinas has made a shuffle in his team as a result of a tight PSL schedule.
The hard-running and skillful duo of Kabelo Mahlasela and Hendrick Ekstein both get a chance to force themselves into the regular line up tonight – they start ahead of the ailing duo of Siphiwe Tshabalala and Bernard Parker.
The home side, Maritzburg make just one change as the Belgian striker, Andrea Fellicia, finally returns from a long injury to replace Mxolisi Kunene.
Here are the full line ups:
Maritzburg United Starting XI:
Ofori, Sanoka, Xulu, Shandu, Thlone, De Reuck, Ndlovu, Buchanan, Mekoa, Makgalwa, Fellicia
Substitutes: 1 Mpandle, 22 Mokate, 14 Matima, 5 Farmer, 10 Atouba, 37 Masegela, 39. Kunene
Coach: Fadlu Davids
Kaizer Chiefs Starting XI:
Khune, Mphahlele, Ngezana, Cardoso, Ntiya-Nyiya, Katsande, Ntshangase, Mahlasela, Billiat, Ekstein, Castro
Substitutes: Bvuma, Tshabalala, Parker, Mathoho, Páez, Moon, Meyiwa
Coach: Giovanni Solinas
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