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Kaizer Chiefs: Have those players with Covid been identified? Check below

Suspensions and positive Covid-19 cases constrained Kaizer Chiefs to make no less than SIX changes to their firing line up for Sunday's DStv Premiership conflict against Swallows. 

 


There was no notice made whether or not the people who returned positive Covid results did as such with the new Omicron variation. 


The Soweto derby conflict occurred at the Dobsonvile Stadium and Amakhosi ran out agreeable 3-1 victors regardless of their off-field difficulties. 


Before start off Kaizer Chiefs mentor Stuart Baxter affirmed – without naming names – that the club had a "couple of instances of Covid". 


Baxter said: "We have a couple of instances of Covid and the suspensions (of Njabulo Blom and Cole Alexander). What's more, we have the ordinary wounds that every other person has." 


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Blom was suspended for an amassing of yellow cards while Alexander passed on the match after his red card against AmaZulu last break. 


Kaizer Chiefs moved into second spot in the standings 


Blom was supplanted by Ramahlwe Mphahlele, while Anthony Akumu Agay came in for Alexander. 


The other four changes could've been expected to either Covid or injury – or basically dropped. 


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Austin Dube supplanted Reeve Frosler, Kearyn Baccus began instead of Njabulo Ngcobo, Khama Billiat advanced beyond Kgaogelo Sekgota and Happy Mashiane filled in for Phathutshedzo Nange in Kaizer Chiefs' midfield. 


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The success moved the Glamor Boys into second spot in the standings with 22 focuses after 13 matches. 


They trail log-pioneers Mamelodi Sundowns by eight and have played another match. 


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On the off chance that the season were to end today, Amakhosi would guarantee a pined for CAF Champions League spot – alongside the Brazilians – as they did the season before last. 


Kaizer Chiefs will next be in real life at home against tenth set Cape Town City FC on Saturday, 4 December at 18:00.


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