Njabulo Ngcobo and Sibusiso Mabiliso are fit and ready to go!
Baxter chose Sifiso Hlanti over Mabiliso because of his experience in major games.
Hlanti is a PSL veteran and a good left-back to have on the team, while Mabiliso is eager to play. He was unexpectedly left out of Hugo Broos' matches, despite the fact that many expected him to start both games.
Mabiliso was replaced by Nyiko Mobbie, who started both of Bafana Bafana's matches against Zimbabwe and Ghana.
The teenage left-back has not played for Chiefs since joining Naturena, but he might make his long-awaited debut against Mamelodi Sundowns, the defending DStv Premiership champions.
Ngcobo was one of Baxter's most important additions during the transfer window.
Months of speculation and anticipation spurred Chiefs fans' desire for an answer to the team's numerous soft goals. Goals that have cost them money. It's only a matter of time before Ngcobo gets his shot and makes his much-anticipated Amakhosi debut.
On Sunday, the Chiefs will face Sundowns at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria.
The game will begin at 17:00 p.m.
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