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Mamelodi sundowns has many good players and also even those players can be absent on a match you wouldn't see much difference. That is what a strong team is made of. It should not depend on some players. Yes it is true that a team may have key players but all in all they players have to perform good.
Mamlodi sundowns has been doing good almost in most of it's past games. As that brings much hope that it will still do good.
There's a couple of Mamelodi Sundowns players who are in danger of missing following week's Tshwane derby if they get booked this end of the week against Cape Town City.
Dusks travel to the Mother City to take on the Citizens in a recurrent apparatus of the MTN8 last, with the Chloorkop side hoping to expand their unbeaten run.
Dusks, who are yet to surrender an objective in the DStv Premiership this season, have four players who are on three yellow cards and would pass up the vital Tshwane derby in case they are reserved this end of the week.
All of Lyle Lakay, Andile Jali, Rushine De Reuck and Rivaldo Coetzee are on three yellow cards going into the conflict against City at Cape Town Stadium this end of the week.
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De Reuck was the just one of the four players who was away on global obligation and is relied upon to get back to Chloorkop on Thursday in the wake of serving his country in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Twilights are because of host Tshwane rivals SuperSport United next Wednesday, November 24, and will trust that they have these players accessible to guarantee they have a sizable amount of choices.
Coetzee has missed Sundowns' last four association matches and it's indistinct at this stage if he will be accessible during the current end of the week's conflict.
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