Bafana Bafana look to flex their muscles against Supersport United

Bafana Bafana look to flex their muscles against Supersport United

-Bafana Bafana have lined up a friendly against Supersport United on Wednesday

-The contest will serve as a training exercise with certain tactical requests from coach Stuart Baxter

-Baxter has to contend with a few unfortunate injury niggles with Keagan Dolly unavailable

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Supersport United have answered Stuart Baxter’s call and line up against Bafana Bafana on Wednesday.

Baxter, the Bafana coach, will use the contest as a training exercise in preparation for the big double-header against Seychelles this month.

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Timeslive.co.za reported that Baxter has requested that Supersport United play to specific instructions and their coach, Kaitano Tembo, is in agreement.

Baxter arranged the same previously when Bafana faced Amazulu in September. The match will only last an hour split into 30 minutes halves.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Baxter will have to contend with injuries to certain key players. It has just emerged that midfielder Sibusiso Vilakazi injured himself as the contest against Supersport United kicked off.

Keagan Dolly, based in France, picked up a knock recently and Baxter will miss his exploits down the wing. However, the coach has been boosted with the returns from injury of Lebogang Phiri and Lebogang Mothiba from the French league as well.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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