Kaizer Chiefs has a striker dilemma, with two of its most dependable forward players being released due to injuries. Samir Nurkovic is out due to an actual issue, which has created a requirement up front because the club does not have a trademark number 9 to pierce the restrictions insurance.
Regardless of the fact that Nurkovic is still recovering from his ailment, Kaizer Chiefs has some good news as David Leonardo Castro, who also left an opening in the attack, is claimed to have returned to South Africa and the club after a long period in Colombia recovering from a glute injury.
Castro is unmistakably back at the club, which is good news, but he will not return to play as soon as feasible, though he will return sooner than expected. On Saturday, Kaizer Chiefs will face Gavin Hunt's Chippa United, and with the two victories in reality behind him, Baxter should make the most of what he has.
Stuart Baxter has been relying on Khama Billiat as his main striker, with Nurkovic and Castro largely absent. Keagan Dolly, who has been undoubtedly good for Kaizer Chiefs in the previous few games, would likely be behind Billiat in the front line, with Lebogang Manyama and possibly Lazarus Kambole, who has been Baxter's least favorite player to employ in the bleeding edge.
Following a string of losses in the Dstv Premiership, Kaizer Chiefs are in desperate need of a win, and Stuart Baxter should pick carefully.
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