Jeremy Brockie has been SuperSport’s main man up front and their most consistent striker for the last two seasons. Grobler however has been making an impact of late, whether it be scoring goals or providing assists. The 28-year-old has netted twice in his last four games, including the winner in a 2-1 quarter-final victory over MP Black Aces. His energy and appetite for goals will always be a threat, helping to create problems in the opposition box from which his team-mates can also profit.
Although Dove Wome and Kingston Nkhatha have also been amongst the goals recently, it’s impossible really to ignore the New Zealand international, who continues to roll out the goals on a regular basis. The man from Christchurch has scored five times in Matsatsantsa’s last nine games, including a goal in the 3-3 last 16 draw with AmaTuks (which SuperSport went on to win on penalties), and the only goal in the 1-0 victory over Moroka Swallows in the first round of the Nedbank Cup.
An easy selection for a potential match winner; Kutumela’s stats speak for themselves: 17 goals in n27 matches in the NFD this season making him the league’s top goal scorer. Fast, nippy, and always looking to score, Kutumela recently showed what he is all about when he curled in a superb last minute winner into the top corner against Thanda Royal Zulu, displaying his predatory instincts and ability to find the net when it matters most.
There have been a lot of Baroka players in good, goal-scoring form of late, including veteran Mathari Mothupa and Loyiso Simandla. Motshegwa hasn’t netted in the last few games, but racked up an impressive five goals in six matches during March and April, three of those goals in the Nedbank Cup. The former Orlando Pirates and Bloemfontein Celtic is Baroka’s most experienced player in terms of top flight action, and could be a key man against SuperSport.