Who will triumph in the Soweto Derby?

South Africa’s two biggest soccer clubs, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, will lock horns at FNB Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Joe Crann , Soccer writer for soccer Laduma, says the rivalry between the two clubs goes way back.

He says it's still early in the season to be able tell who is the stronger team.

Kaizer Chiefs currently tops the league while Orlando Pirates owns third place.

Looking at recent performances, Chiefs has five clean sheets in a row, which makes them a stronger team, says Crann.

I am sure Steve Kompela is very very happy with how things are going.

Joe Crann , Soccer writer for soccer Laduma

Orlando Pirates on the other hand has been drawing more than winning but being placed in the top four is a sign of hope..

Listen below to hear further predictions from Joe Crann:


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