Kutumela, who has made three appearances off the bench in 2017/18, is reportedly nursing a muscle strain, while Foster, who has started one game for coach Milutin Sredojevic, is on the road to overcoming a knock he took to his knee during some playing action for the Sea Robbers.
Pirates said that the 24-year-old and 17-year-old could make their return on 18 October against Platinum Stars in the Premiership.
A statement on the club’s official website read, “Forwards Thabiso Kutumela and Lyle Foster are currently receiving treatment for their respective injuries.
“Fortunately for the pair, they will utilise this time during the FIFA international break to recover and be ready ahead of the restart of the league campaign in a fortnight.”
“According to the Bucs medical team, Kutumela suffered a mild muscle strain and is currently receiving treatment. Meanwhile, the newly promoted 17-year-old is receiving treatment on a knock to the knee.
“Both players’ injuries are not considered serious and they are expected to return to full training within the next two weeks.”