Bruins haven’t had to make any adjustments on their offensive line this season and the group is coming off its finest performance of the season. Baroka boss Khurishi Mphahlele insists coach Kgoloko Thobejane is not going to be fired in the wake of a string of disappointing results, but admits adjustments might be applied. Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela says the trio of Hendrick Ekstein, Ryan Moon and Emmanuel Letlotlo require persistence from the fans.\n\nClaudio Ranieri admits victory is a must for Leicester City in opposition to West Ham United and is ready to turn to his struggling massive guns. Pep Guardiola confronts one of the few opposition managers to have often outwitted him when Manchester City visit Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.\n\nFormer Orlando Pirates star Helman Mkhalele believes Mandla Masango isn’t the proper calibre of player to excel for the Sea Robbers. Premier League champions Leicester City are reportedly close to completing the signing of Nigeria international Wilfred Ndidi in the January transfer window.\n\nTottenham striker Harry Kane believes his facet is capable of beating table-topping Chelsea after they lock horns at White Hart Lane. Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has labelled Chelsea as ‘super-favourites’ for this season’s Premier League title. Cape Town City have parted ways with Australian Matthew Sim and Latvian Renars Rode, the Absa Premiership club has confirmed.\n\nLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has heaped praise on his Manchester City counterpart, Pep Guardiola. Ajax Cape Town have announced the release of midfielder Ali Abondo and striker Joaquim Lupeta ahead of the January transfer window. Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is in optimistic mood as he prepares to face an outdated pal in Middlesbrough handler Aitor Karanka.