Chiefs look to move up the table
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SOCCER 10 POOL OF THE DAY
Wednesday 5 October
Kaizer Chiefs will be looking for a second successive league victory as they take on embattled Swallows FC away in Soweto tonight. More details at www.soccer6.co.za.
M1 AmaZulu vs Richards Bay: AmaZulu have lost their last two league games while Richards Bay have won their previous two away matches.
M2 RB Leipzig vs Glasgow Celtic: The bottom two sides in Champions League Group F meet in Germany having a single point between them after two matches apiece. The sides met in the 2018/19 UEFA Europa League group stage, each winning at home.
M3 FC Salzburg vs Dinamo Zagreb: Salzburg are 11 games unbeaten in all competitions although they have drawn four of their last five matches 1-1. Dinamo have won 10 of their 11 league games this season
M4 Swallows FC vs Kaizer Chiefs: A first game for Swallows since the departure of coach Dylan Kerr. Chiefs won 3-1 on their last trip to Dobsonville Stadium in November.
M5 Hull City vs Wigan Athletic: Hull have lost their last five games in a row. Wigan have won four successive away games.
M6 Rotherham United vs Millwall: Rotherham United vs Millwall: Millwall lead 9-6 in the win count between the two clubs with five draws.
M7 Benfica vs Paris St Germain: Benfica have won all three previous home games against PSG in European club competition.
M8 Chelsea vs AC Milan: Despite their respective European pedigrees, this is the teams’ first meeting since 1999 and only their third overall. They were paired together in the 1999/2000 Champions League group stage and drew the matches.
M9 Juventus vs Maccabi Haifa: Both clubs urgently points to belatedly kick-start their Champions League campaign as neither side has got off the mark, having lost both fixtures to sit six points behind both Paris St Germain and Benfica.
M10 Sevilla vs Borussia Dortmund: Sevilla need to quickly improve their stuttering home form in the Champions League as they welcome Dortmund, who are clinging to the coattails of Group G leaders Manchester City.
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