Zimbabwean striker Adam Ndlovu has won his battle with a groin strain and resumed training with the squad on Tuesday in preparation for Moroka Swallows crucial re-arranged Premier Soccer League (PSL) match with Wits University on Sunday.
Ndlovu injured his groin seven-days-ago in training, but after a week of rest and recuperation under the guidance of physio Edward Tarnashynsky, he will be ready for game at Milpark.
He is a key figure for coach Gavin Hunt and is top-scorer in the top-flight for the Beautiful Birds this campaign, after having found the net on six occasions in sixteen matches this season.
Meanwhile, the PSL have announced today that they were moving the fixture at Milpark from Friday night to Sunday afternoon at 4pm.
This is a crucial fixture for both sides, who are still very much in the hunt for the PSL championship this season.
Wits currently top the log with 48 points from 25 games, while Swallows are third on 45 points from 24 matches.
Orlando Pirates are sandwiched in between on 47 points from 25 games.