Kaizer Chiefs will do battle against SuperSport United in the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals on Saturday. Amakhosi have been in impressive form of late, while Stuart Baxter's men have suffered two defeats against Mamelodi Sundowns in the space of a week.
Kaizer Chiefs began the 2016/17 season under fire, with supporters calling for head coach Steve Komphela to be sacked. However, their stint in the second half of the campaign has the team in contention for the league title.
Mamelodi Sundowns snatched victory once again in the Tshwane Derby on Wednesday evening, when they defeated SuperSport United 1-0. Masandawana are now in touching distance of log leaders Cape Town City after Eric Tinkler's side drew their encounter with Bidvest Wits.
Kaizer Chiefs, who are enjoying a 12-game unbeaten run in the PSL, are also enjoying a climb up the CAF rankings as well. It was recently announced by FootballDatabase.com that Amakhosi have cracked it into Africa's top 10. They are at number nine, followed by the reigning PSL, CAF Champions League and CAF Super Cup champions Mamelodi Sundowns in position 11.