We are into the new season and Mamelodi Sundowns has picked up where they left off. The Brazilians in all competitions this season so far they have won two games and drawn two games. Their first game of the season was against Kaizer Chiefs in the MTN 8 quarter finals, where Mamelodi Sundowns won on penalties. Although into the new season, the Brazilians are already facing injury issues among their top players. This alone might have a negative impact on how they play, because new signings still need time to settle down. The most noticeable absentees have been Musa Lebusa and Themba Zwane.
It is a race against time for the Brazilians to get the players fit on time before their clash against the Glamour boys. Gift Motupa is another player that has not featured this season. He has been battling injuries since his move to Chloorkop. Thabiso Kutumela has tested positive for Covid-19 on international duty for Bafana Bafana. He will need to isolate when he get back. Do you think Mamelodi Sundowns can manage without their key players? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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