He said although the team will miss four key players he trusts that they will use te home ground advantage well enough to win.
The Jangwani Street side will miss the services of Mbuyi Twite, Haji Mwinyi, Amisi Tambwe and Thaban Kamusoko who are all nursing injuries. The coach said yesterday he had a canopy of players who will replace the injured ones.
Ndanda FC head coach Hamimu Mawazo said that only time will tell the winners. “I do not have much to say,” Mawazo said.
This is the first Yanga Premier League match since they were eliminated by URA of Uganda in the Mapinduzi Cup semi finals.
Yanga are placed second in the league with 35 points while Ndanda FC are placed 13th with nine points.