DStv premiership champions Mamelodi Sundowns experienced flu in the camp ahead of their DStv premiership match against Royal AM in Chatsworth Stadium in Durban.This happened after the postponement on Saturday following the heavy rain in the province of KwaZulu Natal.This match it's not important for Mamelodi Sundowns they are just there to honour the fixture rather than fighting for maximum points.
Royal AM is desperate for maximum points as they want to play in the CAF Champions League next season.According to the statement released by the club ,Sundowns players suffered from flu after the weekend postponement and it has affected the majority of players.Dr Carl Tabane Team Doctor at Mamelodi Sundowns confirmed.
He said" players are being tested for flu , Covid -19,RSV PCR to establish the exact cause of the symptoms.The club will honour the fixture against Royal AM with the strongest squad".Last year we saw Kaizer Chiefs hit by covid-19 outbreak.
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