Chiefs just need another set of three points to be guaranteed of the ‘quarterly champions’ tag, though there will still be another match to play after tomorrow before that first quarter closes down.
However, on the bigger stage Chiefs will go out onto the Nelson Mandela Bay turf seeking their 250th victory in the PSL that will see the current leaders join Mamelodi Sundowns in crossing the mark.
Sundowns already have 252 wins in the PSL, with Orlando Pirates on 247.
AmaKhosi, encouraged by their quick take off, are favoured to prevail over Celtic who have lost all three games on the road this season.
Out of 510 League games played to date since the start of the PSL in 1996, Chiefs have won 249, drawn 162, and stand as the only team out of all the five PSL ever-presents that is yet to go over 100 defeats, though they are standing right on the edge with 99 League loses in 16 years.
The most wins Chiefs have achieved in a season was in 1998/99, when they won 23 out of their 34 games, but still agonisingly finished second to Sundowns on goal-difference. The least wins they achieved in a season was in 2007/08, when they won just 10 games.
Chiefs average 15.25 wins per season.
Though Chiefs have also had the best defence in the PSL era, conceding 419 goals, they are third best in the scoring charts, with their 720 goals putting them behind Sundowns (743) and Pirates (725).
Chiefs still lead the PSL all-time table on 909 points, six ahead of Pirates, while Sundowns have 889.