Diski Preview Show: Mo’s 5 step guide to fixing Kaizer Chiefs

 | May 10 24 | 

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The diski preview team are back to give you insights on local soccer. This weekend soccer fans are spoiled for choice as all the teams will be in action, trying to secure their final positions before the season ends. For some it is a race to the top, while for others, it is a race for survival. Mo and Mr. E apply their minds to how they think this weekend will play out.

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Diski Preview Betting Tips (Book-a-Bet: 567788)

  • 3 Way - Mamelodi Sundowns 29/100
  • 3 Way - Orlando Pirates 23/50
  • 3 Way - TS Galaxy 53/20
  • 3 Way - Draw 37/20

3 Way - Mamelodi Sundowns 29/100

Sundowns have won the league and are now over the hill and far, far away. There is not a team in South Africa that has successfully taken points of the Pretoria Giants. They are on the brink of becoming invisibles and edging their names in history. It has been an unforgettable season for the Brazilians and with no pressure coming from the CAF Champions League, they have been playing like a team that is building for next year. Giving their youngsters an opportunity to play in the DSTV Premiership in addition to resting some of their biggest names. The Future looks bright for Mamelodi Sundowns.

Royal Am are a team on the decline, they are hoovering dangerously above the relegation zone. A slip up may see them slip into the play off spot. However, the sit level on points with Swallows who sit in 13th on the league standings. A loss for them against Sundowns and a win for Richards Bay FC against Orlando Pirates will raise the alarms for Royal Am. This see them go within a point of the team below them. Dangerous territory for a team that has been one of the most outspoken sides in the DSTV Premiership.

This is just one of the matches Mo and Mr. E cover in this week's episode of the Diski Preview Show. Some the highlights from this episode include Mo's Guide to fixing Kaizer Chiefs. The guide is a detailed plan on turning the club around without changing personnel, management or ownership. However, can the Soweto Giant be saved? after so many disappointing seasons and false starts? or is it too late for eKhosi?


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