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The 27-year-old Majoro has struggled to cement his place in Baxter’s starting line-up, but he is certainly one of the most deadly strikers in the PSL

Kaizer Chiefs fans will be pleased to learn that striker Lehlohonolo “Major” Majoro has almost recovered from a minor injury that kept him out of the Telkom Knockout Cup clash against Polokwane City this past weekend.

Majoro was surprisingly left out of the squad for the Saturday’s encounter, but it was later discovered that the former AmaZulu hitman had a sore foot ahead of their trip to Limpopo.

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However, the club physiotherapist Dave Milner has confirmed on the Chiefs website that Majoro will be back in action on Wednesday.

“Major had a sore on his foot which became infected. It caused him pain and he was battling to run. He will be back in action tomorrow [Wednesday],” said Milner.

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Majoro could be available for this weekend’s Macufe Cup against Bloem Celtic in the Free State capital and this could be the chance for him to try and force his way back into the Chiefs starting line-up.

The Bafana striker has been low in confidence this season, playing second fiddle to Knowledge Musona and Kingston Nkhatha at times, but scoring against Celtic this upcoming weekend should certainly make it difficult for Stuart Baxter to drop him in the last eight of the Telkom Knockout Cup.   

Meanwhile, AmaKhosi have confirmed that Siphiwe Tshabalala is still nursing an Abductor muscle injury, but he should be back for the quarterfinals of the Telkom Knockout Cup on the weekend of the 19-20 October 2013. 

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