WINDHOEK Marathon Sugar Chiefs Santos was once a force to be reckoned with but is pitifully languishing at the bottom of the Premier League. The ‘ Sugar Boys’ from Tsumeb have thus far garnered a mere five points from 13 matches played so far. Chiefs Santos’ past performances have been impressive and they have had a record of concluding the Premier League in the top five positions. Many in the corridors of football frequently ask questions regarding the unim-pressive run by Chiefs Santos. This weekend, Chiefs Santos will square up against newly promoted outfit Touch and Go at Otavi at the Khoaeb Stadium. Touch and Go have proven to many visitors that they can be a thorn in the flesh of many defenders and Chiefs Santos will not be an exception. On Sunday, the Sugar Boys will face log leaders Buschschule Civics in what is expected to be a walk in a park for the ‘ Civilians’ as they are popularly known. Out of 13 matches to their credit, Chiefs Santos have won one match, drawn two and lost ten. Between Chiefs Santos and log leaders Civics, there is a difference of 27 points. Another team struggling for survival are coastal giants Kinalco Eleven Arrows, who are trailing behind with seven points. Eleven Arrows will rub shoulders with Cymot Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) on Saturday at Kuisebmund Stadium while on Sunday they will face Orlando Pirates at the same venue. The schedule is as follows: Saturday Touch and Go vs MS Chiefs Santos 15h00 Khoaeb Stadium Civics vs Fysal Oshakati City 15h00 Independence Stadium KM Eleven Arrows vs Cymot SKW 15h00 Kuisebmund Stadium Blue Waters vs Orlando Pirates 17h00 Kuisebmund Stadium Sunday Touch and Go vs Fysal Oshakati City 13h00 Khoaeb Stadium Blue Waters vs Cymot SKW 13h00 Kuisebmund Stadium KM Eleven Arrows vs Orlando Pirates 15h00 Kuisebmund Stadium Civics vs MS Chiefs Santos 13h00 Independence Stadium African Stars vs WO Ramblers 15h00 Independence Stadium Black Africa vs UA Tigers 17h00 Independence Stadium.
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