Saturday Jul 28, 2018. 12:00
Young Africans are out to save their dignity as they face Gor Mahia in the East African derby of the CAF Confederation Cup on Sunday afternoon.
The Tanzanians are still licking their wounds following their 4-0 drubbing by the Kenyans last week and will hope to bag a win.
As they occupy the bottom of the table with one point, they are virtually out of the race to reach the knockout stages, but a win will boost their morale.
Yanga are yet to win the group after three matches so far, having drawn one and lost twice to USM Alger and Mahia.
A worrying issue for the hosts is that they have conceded eight goals and are yet to score in their campaign so far.
Looking at the K’Ogalo, they are hoping to cement their spot in the group as they hope to join Alger in the next stage.
The Kenyans will look to make it two wins in a row against their East African rivals after securing a massive 4-0 win last week.
Gor sit second in the group with five points and a win will take them to top on eight points to number two, provided Alger lose to Rayon Sports of Rwanda.
The clash will be staged at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium on Sunday at 18:00 (CAT).