Cape Town - Cape Town City have received a timely boost ahead of
Sunday's Nedbank Cup quarter-final against Mamelodi Sundowns, as Matthew Rusike
has been declared fit to play.
Club chairperson John Comitis has confirmed that Rusike has
recovered from his hamstring injury for the crunch encounter at Cape Town
"Rusike is back after recevoring from his injury,”
Comitis was quoted by KickOff as saying. “Everyone is available for
The match will kick off at 15:00 and the former Ajax Cape
Town chairman is expecting a large turnout. He added: "We expect a bumper
show and 20 000 fans at the stadium on Sunday.”
Sundowns, who are top of the league with a game in hand over
the chasing pack, will pose a fierce challenge for Benni McCarthy's side.
However, the hosts are able to welcome the return of star summer signing
The Zimbabwean forward joined the club on a free transfer
midway through this season.