But Carlos Tevez will not feature in the contest that can be seen exclusively live on mcfc.co.uk from 1.30pm (kick-off 2pm).
Argentine ace Tevez is struggling with a heel injury and boss Mark Hughes confirmed this afternoon that he would not be risked.
“It is a shame for him, for us and for the South African public but unfortunately these things happen,” declared the manager.
“Carlos has had a continual problem with his heel and we had it checked yesterday. He is probably going to miss a week of training.”
There are no such problems with Adebayor or Robinho although the Brazilian star arrived only a couple of days ago following his honeymoon.
“We have checked Emmanuel out and he has looked good so far, his fitness levels are fine and he could play a significant part tomorrow,” concluded the manager.
City will be looking for a second win over the Chiefs after the 1-0 success on Tuesday night when Stephen Ireland scored the goal. The Chiefs qualified for the decider by getting the better of the Orlando Pirates in a penalty shoot out on Thursday.