Morley Byekwaso the KCCA FC tactician has commended his team for the perfect job done during the first leg of the quarter final tie against Express at Wankulukuku.
The 10 time winners held Express to a goalless draw at Wankulukuku and all they need tomorrow is a win to advance to the semifinals.
However, Byekwaso has acknowledged the fact that his charges are walking a tight rope in that a 0-0 draw is a tricky fixture because any scoring stalemate in the corresponding fixture would spell doom.
” First of all I avery grateful for the job done by the boys in the first leg, they followed my game plan to the book and managed to stop a very in form Express side from scoring against us”
Byekwaso told the club media.
” Our game management must be top notch and make sure we attack them and defend in equal measure.”
Byekwaso also confirmed that strikers Sam Senyonjo and Sadat Anaku are available for selection and will play a part in the do or die tie despite not being 100% fit.
BUL FC and Vipers SC have already booked their places in the semifinals after ejecting Proline and SC Villa respectively.
Two matches will be played tomorrow at Lugogo with Police and Wakiso Giants facing off first at lunch time.
The federation has confirmed that no fans will be allowed to access the stadium