The Buccaneers will take on the Liberian club in the play-off round first-leg match at Samuel Kanyon Doe Stadium in Monrovia on Sunday.
GOALKEEPER - Siyabonga Mpontshane
The veteran shot-plug has done somewhat well without a trace of Pirates' best option guardian Richard Ofori, who is out harmed.
Mpontshane will be overflowing with certainty subsequent to keeping his fourth spotless sheet of the period in the PSL when Bucs whipped Stellenbosch FC 3-0 on Wednesday.
RIGHT-BACK - Kwanda Mngonyama
The lean safeguard came on for Bandile Shandu as a substitute against Stellies after the last option had gotten a physical issue.
Mngonyama is probably going to supplant Shandu in the firing line up having as of now began Bucs' two Confederation Cup games against Congo-Brazzaville's Diables Noirs in October this year.
LEFT-BACK - Innocent Maela
The Bafana global made his return from injury against Stellenbosch which has helped the Bucs specialized group's determination choices.
Maela could stretch out beyond Paseka Mako because of his worldwide experience.
Focal DEFENDER - Abel Mabaso
The adaptable player missed the game against Stellenbosch FC and has worked as a right-back, focus back and midfielder this season.
Mabaso may supplant Olisa Ndah in the firing line up with the Nigerian protector not piece of the Bucs crew enlisted with Caf.
Glad Jele is as yet harmed, while Thulani Hlatshwayo has become undesirable.
Focal DEFENDER - Ntsikelelo Nyauza
The 31-year-old protector has carried administration and experience to the Bucs safeguard which has seen the group keep clean sheets against Golden Arrows and Stellenbosch.
Nyauza, who has been captaining the group without even a trace of Jele and Hlatshwayo, will be hoping to lead Pirates to a success in Liberia.
Focal MIDFIELDER - Ben Motshwari
The Bafana global denoted his re-visitation of the Bucs firing line up with an incredible exhibition against Stellies.
Motshwari will be hoping to overwhelm the midfield fight and set the Buccaneers in a place to dominate the match.
Focal MIDFIELDER - Thabang Monare
The accomplished midfielder could advance beyond Fortune Makaringe, who has been battling for structure of late.
Monare's midfield organization with Motshwari gives Pirates better equilibrium in midfield and they complete one another since their days together at Bidvest Wits.
Assaulting MIDFIELDER - Collins Makgaka
The inventive midfielder created his best presentation in a Pirates shirt against Stellies which saw him snatch an objective and a help.
Makgaka looks set to show up in the Confederation Cup since he joined the Soweto goliaths last year.
Directly FORWARD - Linda Mntambo
The previous Chippa United playmaker was dropped from the Bucs firing line up in front of the conflict with Stellies with Terrence Dzvukamanja stretching out beyond him.
Notwithstanding, Dzvukamanja battled to have an effect and he could be put by the persuasive Mntambo.
LEFT FORWARD - Deon Hotto
The Buccaneers will nail their expectations of overcoming the Oilers to the Namibia worldwide.
Hotto roused the Soweto goliaths to a 3-0 success over Stellies by scoring a support and he will be quick to imitate a similar structure in Monrovia.
Focus FORWARD - Kwame Peprah
The Ghana under-23 worldwide has looked eager for objectives in his last two counterparts for Bucs which he began.
Peprah will would like to score his first objective for the four-time PSL champions against the Oil Boys.
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