Kaizer Chiefs have given a physical issue update on two of their central members in front of this present end of the week's Nedbank Cup tie against GladAfrica Championship side Richards Bay.
Amakhosi have affirmed that Zimbabwean global Khama Billiat has begun rec center activities and is currently out of his boot, three and a half weeks in the wake of affirming that the player would be out for a very long time with a broke leg bone.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele has missed Chiefs' last three alliance matches and the club has affirmed that his hamstring is niggling.
While there has been an improvement, the Soweto goliaths have affirmed that the previous Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows player will go through a sweep today.
In Mphahlele's nonappearance, striker Samir Nurkovic has been wearing the commander's armband.
Chiefs have safeguard Mulomowandau Mathoho accessible for the conflict against Richards Bay and could get a chance after he was left on the seat against Orlando Pirates in the Soweto Derby.
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