Thursday Mar 16, 2017. 15:30
Although they face a tough test in South Africa, Vipers Sports Club captain Wakiro Wadada remains optimistic of a win against Platinum Stars.
The Ugandan side will honour their CAF Confederation Cup second leg first round assignment with Dikwena this weekend after their 1-0 win at the newly opened St Mary’s Stadium last weekend.
Wadada, who was outstanding for the Ugandan outfit in the opening leg and provided an assist on the day, now believes they can beat Cavin Johnson's men.
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“We have the belief that there is a lot to be played for in the return leg,” said Wadada.
“My self and the rest of the team believe that we have the potential to pull off a decent result away from home.”
Kawowo Sports website has it that Vipers resumed their training on Monday ahead of the away trip that will see the two clubs lock horns at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the team is set to leave for South Africa on Friday.