Kaizer Chiefs FC interim coach Cabin Johnson has made or shared an injury updates and even given another update regarding Itumeleng Khune ahead of today’s clash where by Chiefs will face Sekhukhune United in a DStv premier ship clash.
“Obviously, TT (Thatayaone) Ditlhokwe is still unavailable. George (Matlou) is still out. Some others are also not with us here but we have a good squad and I am happy with the players that have travelled for the game.” – Johnson told the Amakhosi media department.
Zitha Kwinika and Sibongiseni Mthethwa are both also set to miss out while Itumeleng Khune remains suspended.
Action at the Peter Mokaba Stadium gets underway at 20:00. The match will be televised live on SuperSport PSL.
Unfortunately for many fans, today’s match won’t be broadcasted live by the public broadcaster SABC.
Adding more on that, Cavin Johnson has identified Sekhukhune United’s key players ahead of today’s game.
“We have watched them many times and they have some ex-Kaizer Chiefs players like (Daniel) Cardoso and Kamohelo Mokotjo, who is a very good player, and the Nigerian striker (Chibuike) Ohizu, who they like to play,” the Kaizer Chiefs coach said.
“But we have to make sure we plug every hole and implement our own attacking strategy to try and win.”
Apart from that, Kaizer Chiefs FC forward Ashely Du Preez has also broken his silence ahead of today’s clash.
“So, we are planning to maintain the momentum of winning. We have been training hard, and we will give our best on match-day to get those minimum points.” Ashley Du Preez told IOL.
“The back-to-back wins have been amazing for the team. We want to continue with our winning mentality and to finish the year on a high note.
“It was so nice to play a few minutes against Richards Bay, and I am happy that we won. I am getting back (to being) fully fit, to a 120 percent. And for me to play those few minutes, touching the ball and playing with the team – I liked it.”