Bernard Parker will miss Kaizer Chiefs' next DStv Premiership match against Stellenbosch FC as Keagan Dolly takes his place. A one-match suspension for Keagan Dolly, who received a fourth yellow card against TS Galaxy in the club's goalless draw, resulted in a 1-0 loss to SuperSport United in their most recent match.
Dolly was absent from the SuperSport United encounter due to his suspension, but Bernard Parker, who was sent out for the fourth time in as many games against SuperSport United, will also be out of the match against Stellenbosch FC. Against Stellenbosch FC, Kaizer Chiefs must win because they have already lost five points in two games.
Keagan Dolly has been called up to face Stellenbosch FC, but the absence of Parker provides Stuart Baxter with a selection dilemma. The fourth-placed Kaizer Chiefs, who behind Mamelodi Sundowns, Royal AM, and Cape Town City FC in the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup standings, must start picking up points to improve their chances of qualifying.
As a result, Kaizer Chiefs had no CAF competition this season after reaching the finals last year, and they must work hard to qualify again. The return of Keagan Dolly, the team's leading scorer this season, is welcome news.
In the absence of Parker, Chiefs will have to rely on Dolly as the driving force of the team's attack, and they can't afford to lose points again. Both Samir Nurkovic and David Leonardo Castro are currently available, and perhaps Nurkovic can add to his goal tally against Chippa United in the upcoming games.
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