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Modise doubtful for Wits clash



Mamelodi Sundowns captain Teko Modise is doubtful for the club’s weekend encounter against Bidvest Wits as he battles to recover from the hamstring strain he suffered on Sunday, the club have announced.

Also unlikely to play in the upcoming away match on Saturday night is right back Doctor Mampuru, who had to leave the field early on in Sunday’s 1 -0 win over Black Leopards because of a twisted ankle.

The addition of the two players stretches to give the number of players on the treatment table to five.

Samuel Julies has a toe injury and is also not likely to be considered.

Punch Masenamela and Lebogang Mokoena have both been told they will not pay fro at least six weeks after recent surgery.

Flying full back Masenamela hurt himself playing for Bafana Bafana against Poland but kept playing on without telling club doctors but once he went for treatment was found to need a scope on his knee which was conducted earlier this month.

He is now unlikely to be ready to play at the African Nations Cup finals.

Mokoena underwent surgery last week on his hip injury which is caused by an imbalance in his muscle strength, officials told www.supersport.com



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