1. Denis Onyango, Mamelodi Sundowns, November 2020

    GOALKEEPER: Denis Onyango

    Onyango steps into the side to replace the experienced Kennedy Mweene, who has had a strong start to the season.

  2. Lyle Lakay, Mamelodi Sundowns, November 2020

    LEFT-BACK: Lyle Lakay

    The Cape Town-born player has been in fine form so far this season and his performances are keeping fellow left-back Divine Lunga on the bench.
  3. Rushine De Reuck, Mamelodi Sundowns, March 2021

    CENTRE-BACK: Rushine De Reuck

    De Reuck takes his place in the backline.
  4. Grant Kekana, Mamelodi Sundowns, August 2021
    Mamelodi Sundowns

    CENTRE-BACK: Grant Kekana

    Versatile defensive operator who takes his place in the defence after signing from SuperSport United during the offseason.
  5. Khuliso Mudau, Mamelodi Sundowns, May 2021

    RIGHT-BACK - Khuliso Mudau

    The 26-year-old will start in the second game of the season ahead of Thapelo Morena.


  6. Rivaldo Coetzee, Mamelodi Sundowns, August 2021

    MIDFIELDER: Rivaldo Coetzee

    He was named Man-of-the-Match in the 1-0 win over AmaZulu last Friday, and continues in the team - likely in a defensive-midfield role.

  7. Mothobi Mvala, Mamelodi Sundowns, January 2021

    MIDFIELDER: Mothobi Mvala

    Mvala has so far been impressive, starring in Masandawana's midfield and keeping Andile Jali on the bench.
  8. Haashim Domingo, Mamelodi Sundowns, November 2020

    MIDFIELDER: Haashim Domingo

    Starts in midfield after receiving praise from Rhulani Mokwena after last Friday's performance against AmaZulu.

    "Haashim’s job is just to continue with the work that he is doing," the coach told journalists. "He's got a very good head on his shoulders, he’s got a very good base with regards to his development and, from a technical perspective, that allows him to have a technically rich profile."

  9. Aubrey Modiba, Mamelodi Sundowns, January 2021

    FORWARD: Aubrey Modiba

    Modiba starts in the forward line, and will be charged with replacing the threat lost in Themba Zwane's absence.

  10. Neo Maema, Bloemfontein Celtic, May 2021

    FORWARD: Neo Maema

    Starting role represents a big opportunity for the left-footer, who is a new arrival from Bloemfontein Celtic.
  11. Peter Shalulile, Mamelodi Sundowns, December 2020

    FORWARD: Peter Shalulile

    The Namibian continues up top to spearhead the Brazilians' attack as he bids for his first league goal of the season.

    Dennis Mabuka and Seth Willis helped with reporting for this story.