Amakhosi will venture out to the 2010 Fifa World Cup preparing setting, Dobsonville Stadium, where they are booked to confront Amaswaiswai on Sunday.
Objective predicts Chiefs mentor Stuart Baxter's conceivable firing line up as the Glamor Boys hope to ricochet back to winning ways
GOALKEEPER - Daniel Akpeyi
The current Amakhosi number one attendant created some fine saves to keep his side in the game during their 1-1 draw against AmaZulu FC on Wednesday.
Akpeyi will want to keep his fourth spotless sheet of the period when he faces a Swallows side which has neglected to score in their last four association games.
Conservative BACK - Ramahlwe Mphahlele
The accomplished, flexible protector showed up against AmaZulu as he supplanted a harmed Reeve Frosler 25 minutes into the game.
Mphahlele, who helped Amakhosi keep a spotless sheet against Maritzburg United last weeked, when he began the game, could be given a beginning compartment.
LEFT WING-BACK - Kgaogelo Sekgota
The left-footed winger shockingly began in this situation in midweek with Chiefs missing full-backs Sifiso Hlanti and Sibusiso Mabiliso.
Sekgota is probably going to keep his position in the group and get one more freedom to dazzle Baxter against his previous side, Swallows.
Focal DEFENDER - Daniel Cardoso
The intense handling community back was no place to be seen when Bonginkosi Ntuli scored to even out issues for AmaZulu at FNB Stadium.
Cardoso, who stays one of Baxter's most confided in safeguards, will be anxious to deliver a further developed presentation in the Soweto Derby conflict.
Focal DEFENDER - Njabulo Ngcobo
The Bafana worldwide could get back to his regular situation as a middle back against his previous side in the wake of battling to have an effect in midweek as a holding midfielder.
Ngcobo would confront Swallows interestingly since he left the club in July this year following an effective 2020/21 term in which he was named PSL Defender of the Season.
Focal DEFENDER - Erick Mathoho
The 31-year-old star is the main safeguard who has begun all of Chiefs' 12 matches in the association this term as Baxter's best option place back.
Mathoho will be preparing himself for a fight with 2018/19 PSL Golden Boot champ, Mwape Mulenga, who will be eager to score his first objective for Swallows.
Focal MIDFIELDER - Anthony Akumu
The Kenya global may be reviewed to the firing line up with Chiefs missing Njabulo Ngcobo and Cole Alexander because of suspension.
It would be Akumu's second beginning of the period in the association having begun in Amakhosi's 2-1 success over SuperSport United on October 24.
Focal MIDFIELDER - Phathutshedzo Nange
The previous Black Stars midfield maestro has begun 11 continuous association matches for the Glamor Boys this season - making him one of Baxter's key midfielders.
Nange is probably going to be facing Swallows' midfield general, Musa Nyatama, in the thing will be an intriguing midfield fight.
Assaulting MIDFIELDER - Lebogang Manyama
The previous 2016/17 PSL Footballer of the Season made his return from injury against AmaZulu as he highlighted as a substitute.
Manyama could be given a beginning billet in the Soweto Derby experience with Amakhosi in urgent need of some innovativeness in the last third.
LEFT FORWARD - Khama Billiat
The cultivated aggressor was killed by the AmaZulu protection and he couldn't force himself on the game.
Billiat will be quick to bring his A game to the Soweto Derby conflict and assume an instrumental part in aiding Amakhosi snatch the gloating privileges.
Directly FORWARD - Keagan Dolly
The Westbury-conceived assailant was associated with the development to Chiefs' objective in midweek as his square pass was turned home by Keagan Buchanan for an own-objective.
Cart's perilous runs, shooting capacity and sharp passes are probably going to make issues for the Swallows guard which has neglected to keep a spotless sheet in their last two association games.
Focus FORWARD - Bernard Parker
The two-footed forward battled to have an effect against AmaZulu and he was supplanted by individual previous Bafana global Manyama.
Baxter could keep his confidence in Parker, who has scored three objectives in his last five association matches.