Keagan Dolly has been named in the latest Bafana Bafana squad, with coach Hugo Broos announcing a provisional team of 36 players.
South Africa take on Zimbabwe on November 11 and then Ghana in the final group match of their World Cup qualifiers three days later – if they win both, they will move to the play-offs to fight it out for one of five spots allocated to Africa.
Currently, Bafana are log leaders and Broos has said they will give it their all to grab the top spot and stand a chance at making it to Qatar next year.
He has picked a squad that will be reduced to 23 at a press conference on November 1, a statement from the Bafana press office confirmed.
Some of these over 30s have not played for Bafana since Broos took over...
Ronwen Williams (Supersport United), Veli Mothwa (Amazulu FC), Bruce Bvuma (Kaizer Chiefs), Oscarine Masuluke (Baroka FC)
Sydney Mobbie (Sekhukhune FC), Rushine De Reuck (Mamelodi Sundowns), Luke Fleurs (Supersport United), Terrence Mashego (Cape Town City), Njabulo Blom (Kaizer Chiefs), Siyanda Xulu (Hapoel Tel Aviv), Njabulo Ngcobo (Kaizer Chiefs), S’fiso Hlanti (Kaizer Chiefs), Thapelo Morena (Mamelodi Sundowns), Thibang Phete (Belenenses), Tercious Malepe (Amazulu FC), Sbonelo Cele (Golden Arrows FC)
Teboho Mokoena (Supersport United), Thabani Zuke (Golden Arrows), Mothobi Mvala (Mamelodi Sundowns), Jesse Donn (Supersport United), Sphelele Sithole (Belenenses), Yusuf Maart (Sekhukhune), Ethan Brooks (TS Galaxy), Mduduzi Mdantsane (Cape Town), Siyethemba Sithebe (Amazulu FC), Nqobeko Dlamini (Golden Arrows)
Evidence Makgopa (Baroka FC), Luther Singh (Copenhagen FC), Bongokuhle Hlongwane (Maritzburg Utd), Victor Letswalo (Royal AM), Percy Tau (Al Ahly), Keagan Dolly (Kaizer Chiefs ), Tshegofatso MABASA (Orlando Pirates), Pule Mmodi (Golden Arrows), Fagrie Lakay (Cape Town City)
Will Bafana Bafana make it to the final round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers?