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Kaizer Chiefs veteran Khama Billiat could help Bafana out when he shows up for Zimbabwe in their 2022 Soccer World Cup qualifier against Ghana on Tuesday. 

The Warriors face the Black Stars in Harare at 15:00 are as yet looking for their first success of Group G – in what is their fourth qualifier – following a home draw against Bafana and away losses to Ethiopia and Ghana. 

Billiat missed Zimbabwe's latest 3-1 misfortune last week in Ghana through suspension, however is normal back in the firing line facing Ghana to add an additional an assaulting choice close by another previous Kaizer Chiefs legend, Knowledge Musona. 

The previous start up in Harare will be quite compelling to Bafana mentor Hugo Broos who will trust Ghana drop focuses to support South Africa's odds of completing as Group G champs. 

"In the event that we win [against Ethiopia] and we are a little fortunate that there is something occurring in the other game we can have more focuses before our adversaries and that possibly a triumph against Zimbabwe here can give us the primary spot," said Broos. 


Heading into Tuesday's matches, Bafana top Group G with seven focuses with Ghana second with six focuses. Ethiopia (three focuses) and Zimbabwe (one point) continue in third and fourth positions. 

Just the gatherings victors will advance to the following phase of capability which will at last decide the five Africa agents for the following year's competition in Qatar. 

A most ideal situation for Bafana would be for Zimbabwe to beat Ghana and afterward for Hugo Broos' men to push over Ethiopia which would mean a four-point advantage for South Africa with only two matches remaining. 

After their conflict against Ethiopia at the FNB Stadium on Tuesday, Bafana will have Zimbabwe one month from now prior to making a trip to Ghana for their last gathering match. 

Start up in the Bafana v Ethiopia match is at 18:00.

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