Kaizer Chiefs will do without the services of one of all their key players in opposition to Maritzburg United after he becomes banned by means of the PSL.
READ miss Amakhosi’s DStv Premiership encounter towards United on Sunday.
According to disk times, he'll serve a one-match suspension because of the accumulation of yellow cards for the duration of this season's PSL marketing campaign. Blom has been an instrumental part of Stuart Baxter’s side SIPHIWE TSHABALALA AVAILABLE FOR KAIZER CHIEFS RETURN
The chiefs utility player is anticipated to be replaced via both Anthony Akumu and Kearyn Baccus within the midfield.
Njabulo Ncgobo could also play within the midfield as Baxter seems to put into effect his rotation policy. Blom will return in time for Amakhosi’s clash in opposition to Cape Town City on four December.
READ tackle Swallows on Sunday in Dobsonville with Amakhosi looking to return to triumphing ways after an irritating 1-1 draw against AmaZulu.
Kick-off is at 15:30
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