I can't tell from the image if you just have a chunk missing or if there is a crack as well.
You can get anplatic welder for $20 from harbor freight.
Just used it to reattach a chunk of my platic bumper cover that broke off when someone hit me. Also used itnfor the cracks.
A few key things if you want to try this:
1. Take the cover off and do the repair on the I side. You may be able to use some high temp epoxy on the visible side tonreinforce.
2. Use metal screening with you plastic welding. The harbor freight kit has some screening but you probably need more. The screening is basically melted into the surface of the plastic. The weld will quickly break if you don't use the screening.
3. Watch a couple you tube videos on plastic weling withstand the screening. The best one I saw, the guy used a torch to heat up a flat metal tool he formed. You can skip that part if you get the platic welding. But the principles in the rest of the video apply.
If you don't have the piece to fill the big hole you can try sheet metal flashing or corregated plastic it doesn't get too hot.