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Jomo Cosmos will be at full strength for their Castle Premiership clash against the equally inconsistent SuperSport United at Katlehong Stadium today - 3.45pm kickoff.
This follows the return of midfielder Sipho Sephadi from a hamstring injury and Reneilwe Letsholonyane's recovery from a knee injury.
"The duo have been training hard and are raring to go," said Andrew Rabutla, Cosmos' manager, yesterday.
"Besides Senegalese international El Hadji Sambo, who has been out for some time now due to a knee injury, everybody else is available for selection.
"It will be a hell of a tough match against United who are fresh from a [2-1] away win over Bloemfontein Celtic at the weekend," said Rabutla.
Matsatsantsa a Pitori's communications manager David Skhosana said they were gearing themselves up for a tough match.
"We have a lot of respect for Cosmos. They have a great coach in Jomo Sono, who has assembled some excellent boys," he said. "The win over Celtic has instilled high hopes. We've done our homework and hope to continue where we left off on Sunday."
Cosmos will rely on the likes of Bamuza Sono, Chris Katongo and Lucky Mhlathe to send United back home empty-handed.
United have exciting players like James Chamanga, Katlego Mashego and Daine Klate who can ensure that Cosmos end the year on a miserable note.
United completed the acquisition of George Mofokeng from Ajax yesterday, but he will only be registered next month .