Lebogang Manyama and Willard Katsande will also be absent from the match as they have suspensions carried over from last season. Katsande picked up a yellow card in the 62nd minute of Chiefs 1-1 draw on the 5th September against Baroka which was their last game of the 2019-20 season. Which was effectively his eight caution of last season.
For the rest Chiefs are at full strength for the clash with Maritzburg, which will see the sides lock horns in a cup game for the sixth time with Chiefs having defeated them four times previously in cup games, including a thrilling eight game spectacular in the 2015-16 MTN8. The quarterfinal game saw Chiefs win 5-3.
Kick-off for the game is at 15:00 on Sunday. The game will be live on SABC 1 and SuperSport Channel 202.