Mamelodi Sundowns has been on an exciting form in all competitions. Teams have been failing to breakdown the Brazilians. The Brazilians have also been keeping clean sheets with their strong defence. Mamelodi Sundowns despite previous injuries they have shown they can still survive. Themba Zwane has been one of top players that has worried Mamelodi Sundowns technical team with his injury issues this season. Mamelodi Sundowns has been a headache to manage for the Premier Soccer League teams. Their quality players help them to get through the challenges they face when others are injured.
Mamelodi Sundowns injury list so far includes Lebo Maboe, Khuliso Mudau, Promise Mkhuma and another keeper in Kennedy Mweene. There has been no confirmed date when the players will return. At the moment it seems like Themba Zwane was playing with thigh injury on Tuesday's win against Golden Arrows. The club has a list of five players that they need to monitor closely before the next game. Onyango, Pieterse, Morena, Coetzee and Zwane are all these players the club need to monitor well. Do you think the Brazilians would struggle against teams with these top players out injured? Comment below, share and hit the like button please.
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