The Soweto Derby is the biggest match South African Football has to offer and people always anticipate to see all the stars playing in the Derby to see them take on each other on the field.
However, some players miss the Derby because of injuries and sometimes suspension and their respective teams have to do without them in the Derby.
Here are the big name players who will watch from home:
This is Notably the biggest name that will be absent from the Soweto Derby on Saturday. He has been ruled out on injury for around 2 Month. He has cracked a leg bone and will be out for the Soweto Derby.
The Orlando Pirates Striker is unlikely to feature in the Soweto Derby as he has been out with a muscle strain. He will watch the Soweto Derby from home while he recovers.
The Kaizer Chiefs Defender will be on the sidelines with a hamstring injury that he pulled recently. He will be a notable abscene for Chiefs in the Derby.
The Orlando Pirates defender will watch the Derby from home because he has accumulated four yellow cars which led to an automatic game suspension.
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