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IT'S now Kaizer Chiefs's turn to beat Manchester City tonight after Orlando Pirates surprised the Sky Blues in Polokwane on Saturday.
This is the conviction of many Amakhosi supporters as Chiefs engage manager Mark Hughes' charges the second leg of the Vodacom Challenge at Kings Park Stadium in Durban.
City looked ordinary against the Buccaneers and they could struggle against Chiefs if they don't raise the level of their game. Pirates were quicker to the ball than Hughes' players who are struggling with their conditioning.
The South Africans were physically superior as they have been training for sometime in the off-season. City have just returned to full training after the summer break.
While Chiefs's supporters are convinced the Absa Premiership Glamour Boys will emulate Pirates' achievement against City, Amakhosi's attacking midfielder Abia Nale was more circumspect yesterday.
"City are from the defeat and do you think they will afford another one tomorrow (tonight)?" asked Nale. "They will want to win, and convincingly for that matter. But they will certainly not find it easy against us. I think the match will be difficult for both teams."
Coach Vladmir Vermezovic is expected to give new players such as Nkosinathi Nhleko, Knowledge Musona, Mthokozisi Yende, Tshifhiwa Mmbooi and gifted goalkeeper Kabelo Metsimetsi a run.
Though Carlos Tevez only started training with the Blues yesterday due to a heel problem, he could feature tonight, along with England international Gareth Barry.
The match will be televised live on SABC's Laduma programme from 8.15pm.