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Mamelodi Sundowns XI to face Sekhukhune United: Lebusa back as Mokwena rests regulars again

7:49 AM EST 1/28/23
Mosa Lebusa, Mamelodi Sundowns, August 2022
The Brazilians are back in action four days after extending their winning streak in the Premier Soccer League to 13 games

Mamelodi Sundowns host Sekhukhune United at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday seeking to widen the gap between them and the chasing pack.

They face a team that has been enjoying some good form of late and need to be at their very best.

This is how Masandawana will line up against Babina Noko.

  • Denis Onyango MTN8 final 2021

    GOALKEEPER - Denis Onyango

    Onyango starts again ahead of Brandon Williams after his first league match of the season against TS Galaxy.

  • Thapelo Morena, Mamelodi Sundowns, September 2022

    RIGHT-BACK - Thapelo Morena

    Morena is back again as coach Rhulani Mokwena retains some players who were in the lineup on Tuesday.

  • Sifiso Ngobeni of Mamelodi Sundowns.

    LEFT-BACK - Sifiso Ngobeni

    Ngobeni has been selected again to start on the left side of the defence.

  • Brian Mandela, Mamelodi Sundowns, February 2022

    CENTRAL DEFENDER - Brian Mandela

    The former Maritzburg United star has been handed a start with Kekana suspended while Rushine de Reuckos out injured. 

  • Mosa Lebusa, Mamelodi Sundowns, September 2021

    CENTRAL DEFENDER - Mosa Lebusa

    Lebusa starts his first league match since October 2022.

  • Andile Jali Mamelodi Sundowns.


    With first-choice defensive midfielder Teboho Mokoena one yellow card away from suspension with a big match against Orlando Pirates looming, Jali has been handed another starting berth.

  • Sphelele Mkhulise, Mamelodi Sundowns, May 2022

    CENTRAL MIDFIELDER - Sphelele Mkhulise

    The Cape Town-born player produced a Man of the Match performance against Galaxy and he will be keen to replicate the same form when faces Babina Noko.

  • Sipho Mbule, Mamelodi Sundowns, August 2022


    Mbule has been selected ahead of Marcelo Allende, who is on the bench.

  • Gaston Sirino Mamelodi Sundowns.

    RIGHT FORWARD - Gaston Sirino

    The 2019-20 Telkom Knockout Player of the Tournament marked his return to the team with a good display in midweek and he has been handed another starting role. 

  • Neo Maema, Mamelodi Sundowns, January 2023

    LEFT FORWARD - Neo Maema

    The two-footed attacker has rediscovered his scoring form having found the back of the net in three of his last five matches. 

  • Peter Shalulile Mamelodi Sundowns.

    CENTRE-FORWARD - Peter Shalulile

    The two-time PSL Golden Boot winner has looked sharp in the last few games having grabbed an assist against Kaizer Chiefs before scoring in the win over Galaxy.