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Kaizer Chiefs remain dark horses for the championship in spite of last Wednesday's 1-0 win over Lamontville Golden Arrows.
The underdog tag could be a motivation for Chiefs Absa Premiership game against Bidvest Wits at Super Stadium tomorrow at 8.15pm.
Chiefs are struggling for consistency. Prior to beating Arrows 1-0, they were hammered 3-0 by SuperSport United.
"We are still very much in the race for the title, but we need to start consistently getting maximum points to remain in the race," said Jimmy Tau, Chiefs captain.
"What makes us even more happy is that the difference between number one and the other four to five clubs below them is not that huge.
"The game against Wits will be a tough one, especially considering they are fresh from a midweek defeat by Moroka Swallows."
Chiefs' chairman Kaizer Motaung also said it was too early to write them off.
"I believe the race is still to spark some surprises. As for us at Chiefs, we will continue to wage the battle and never give up until the last match," said Motaung.
The two clubs are separated by three points with Amakhosi fourth on 37 points and The Clever Boys sixth after accumulating 34 points.
Wits, who will be without the suspended Sandile Sibande, must perfect their target shooting if they hope to bring Chiefs down.
Their striker Calvin Kadi said: "We all know that Chiefs are under pressure to win to remain in the race for the championship title but we also want to finish well inside the top eight bracket."