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Sundowns could be without Billiat for Arrows clash

2016-11-21 17:00
Khama Billiat (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns superstar Khama Billiat remains an injury doubt for the PSL champions as they face Golden Arrows on Wednesday.

According to Supersport.com, the 26-year-old injured his groin on Friday and was seemingly left out of the Brazilians victory over Kaizer on Saturday.

The current PSL Player of the Year ran out for Zimbabwe last week in an international friendly while also featuring in a warm-up clash against Tanzania for the African Cup of Nations Cup finals in Gabon next year January.

Billiat returned to Sundowns training ahead of the Chiefs fixture complaining that he felt discomfort in his groin.

Pitso Mosimane will have no stress with leaving the midfielder out of his starting XI as Anthony Laffor and Percy Tau put in convincing performances against Amakhosi.

A win on Wednesday could further push the Brazilians up the Premiership table as the play catch up following their participation in the CAF Champions League.

Arrows are currently second place in the league after handing Gordon Igesund's Highlands Park a 1-0 defeat in Tembisa on Sunday.

Kick off is at 19:30. 

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