Kaizer Chiefs visit Golden Arrows this afternoon looking to revive a title bid that has stuttered a bit over the last few weeks.
Having started the season with a perfect away record from August to November, Amakhosi have now dropped seven points in their last three away games.
There is still breathing room at the top of the table, but the pressure is growing.
Middendorp will need to rediscover the away game formula as the run-in approaches.
3 – Chiefs have failed to win any of their last three away games in the league (D2 L1) having won each of their first six away games in a row (their joint-best ever run of successive
They’ll be looking for a change in fortunes when they face former coach Steve Komphela
this afternoon, whose men boast results of a team fighting relegation away from home, while
boasting the results of a title-winning team when playing at home.
1 – Golden Arrows have lost just one match at home this season, winning five and drawing
the other two.
71% – Golden Arrows have won 71% of their points at home this season. Only Cape Town
City (78%) have won a higher proportion of their points at home this season.
Moreover, Arrows will be confident as they have beaten Chiefs on each of their last two
league visits, having not won any of the previous 13 visits between 2003 and 2018.
5 – Chiefs have conceded 5 goals in their last two away games to Arrows, having taken 13
games (2003 to 2018) to concede 5 before then.
By Opta Jabu