Kaizer Chiefs will be without midfielder, Keagan Dolly, when they take on Orlando Pirates in the Nedbank Cup semi-final.
The 30-year-old suffered an injury in the 1-0 defeat against Sekhukhune United. Talking about the situation, Kaizer Chiefs coach, Arthur Zwane, said Amakhosi will miss the injured players.
“We miss all the players that have been out, not only Keagan, more especially when we are looking for chemistry,” said Zwane.
“Unfortunately, we had a lot of injuries to key players, as well as suspensions and unforeseen circumstances beyond our control and we had to chop and change the team.
“It has been the most difficult season I’ve had since I have been here because of all that. We can’t dwell on that, though. We have to try to come up with a solution, a new plan to make sure we accommodate everyone because we also have other players who haven’t been playing regularly.
“So, you have seen we have given the opportunity to Happy Mashiane to play; and KG (Kgaogelo Sekgota) as well, to bring back their confidence.
“Though we lost to Swallows, the guys applied themselves well. In the game before, I think we showed a lot of character against Chippa. I just hope the guys will show the same character, discipline and tactical endurance against Orlando Pirates.”