Cape Town - Travis
Graham and Bantu Mzwakali are available again for Ajax Cape Town ahead of their
Premiership clash against AmaZulu on Tuesday.
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The pair missed the 4-0 hammering by Orlando Pirates after
picking up injuries earlier on their Gauteng trip last week - during the 4-2
loss to Bidvest Wits.
Keagan Dolly and Dominic Isaacs remain long-term casualties,
with the latter particularly being presently missed by coach Roger de Sa after
they shipped eight goals in their last two outings.
"We don't have massive depth at the back and we have t
strengthen there in January," he said.
"We have to shuffle every time we have problems and
that's a big concern for me."
AmaZulu, meanwhile, face a major goalkeeper conundrum ahead
of the clash after Siyabonga Mngoma fractured his arm in the 1-1 derby draw
against Maritzburg United last Friday.
Regular number one Tapuwa Kapini was dropped for the game
due to fatigue, with Aubrey Mathibe now set to step in.
Zambia striker Bornwell Mwape is suspended after he was
red-carded in Pietermaritzburg.
"Ajax are a good footballing team," Usuthu coach
Steve Barker said.
"They are really difficult to play in Cape Town, but we
have to go there with confidence and belief that we can get a result."
The Urban Warriors are presently fourth on the table, while
AmaZulu are rock bottom. However, the Durbanites have not lost to Ajax in the
Mother City on each of their past four trips there, winning three of those