How to watch South Africa v Ethiopia 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier

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Bafana Bafana will be without the services of Goodman Mosele, who was failed to report for duty, and Mosa Lebusa, who has not recovered from injury in time to take part, with SuperSport United duo Jesse Donn and Luke Fleurs called up in their place.

=7. Siphiwe Tshabalala, Steven Pienaar, Mbulelo Ma
=7. Siphiwe Tshabalala, Steven Pienaar, Mbulelo Mabizela, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Dean Furman, Andile Jali, Tokelo Rantie & Teboho Mokoena – 2 goals each
2. Philemon Masinga – 6 goals
2. Philemon Masinga – 6 goals
=5. Benni McCarthy – 3 goals
=5. Benni McCarthy – 3 goals
=5. Delron Buckley – 3 goals
=5. Delron Buckley – 3 goals
4. Sibusiso Zuma – 4 goals
4. Sibusiso Zuma – 4 goals
1. Shaun Bartlett – 7 goals
1. Shaun Bartlett – 7 goals
3. Bernard Parker – 5 goals
3. Bernard Parker – 5 goals

Hugo Broos' side currently top the Group G standings after taking four points from their opening two matches, having recorded a goalless draw in their opening encounter against Zimbabwe before beating Ghana 1-0 at the FNB Stadium.

Elsewhere, the Warriors and the Black Stars will be in action later on Saturday evening in the first of two consecutive clashes between the two nations, who will be hoping to overthrow South Africa at the top of the standings.