Mamelodi Sundowns are set to lock horns with Bidvest Wits in the second 2019/20 Nedbank Cup Semi-final at the Orlando Stadium on Saturday, 08 August 2020.
‘Jingles’, as he is affectionately known, said in a virtual press conference ahead of the fixture that the return date uncertainty had played a huge role in getting players mentally ready for the resumption while he also confirmed that some players had picked up niggling injuries.
“It’s our new normal … a position that we have never been in‚ in our lifetime‚” Mosimane said.
“So for me to tell you‚ ‘We are ready‚ we know what to do‚ we know how we’re going to handle this’ – I’m not brave enough to say that.
Meanwhile, Hunt has promised that his side will remain professional until the end of the season starting with the Nedbank Cup.
Mamelodi Sundowns vs Bidvest Wits: Injury Update
Both teams have players who will miss the encounter due to injuries. On Pitso’s side, Denis Onyango and Ricardo Nascimento have got niggling injuries. Anele Ngcongca is not training.
Hunt also has headache due to shortage of players
“Thabang [Monare] is struggling a little bit, Gift [Motupa] is struggling a little bit, [Mxolisi] Macuphu got hijacked this week, so I don’t know – they stole everything and his car, so he’s had a problem,” said hunt.
Mamelodi Sundowns vs Bidvest Wits: Date and Kick-off time
The Nedbank cup Semi-final will be held at Orlando Stadium, August 8 and will kick-off at 15:00pm.
Mamelodi Sundowns vs Bidvest Wits: TV Channel and Live stream
The Nedbank Cup semi-final match will be televised live on SuperSport 4 and SABC 1 at 19:15 (SAST) while you can live-stream the match on DSTV Now (Subscription required).r