Billiat was missing as Amakhosi were held to a 1-1 draw against AmaZulu on Wednesday in a match that saw the two gatherings lessened to 10 men on account of red cards.
Cole Alexander, who got the red card for the Glamor Boys, faces time uninvolved after his dismissal, but Billiat is depended upon to recover on time to have an effect.
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Baxter said by Kickoff: "I'm essentially trusting since Khama's infection doesn't make, and he can be satisfactorily fit to participate in the game (against Swallows)."
Kaizer Chiefs in top 8 in the log
Wednesday's result left Kaizer Chiefs in sixth spot in the standings with 19 concentrations after 12 matches on account of five victories, four draws and three misfortunes.
Baxter added: "I think our construction has been extraordinary. It has been a drawing in show when we have required a doing battling execution and been truth be told incredible when we have expected to pick our heading."
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