Sony Sugar hope to crush Leopards
Sony Sugar coach Zedekiah Otieno is determined to get better results in the second round of the Kenyan Premier League matches.
The sugarmen face AFC Leopards just weeks after the two sides faced off at Mumias Sports Complex with the match ending all square.
This weekend however, they will be at Gusii Stadium where he hopes to collect all the three points.
"Leopards is a very strong team with very good and experienced players but as we all know in a game of football, it’s all about the 90 minutes. Both Sony and Leopards have an advantage since they have an insight of each other having played two weeks ago as the memories are still fresh."
"In the last game we played them, we lost concentration in the dying minutes but I have urged my players to remain focused for the entire match. As a coach I believe I have given the players my best in training and hope that they can give me a good result," Otieno told SuperSport.com.
Sony Sugar will be hoping their inform strikers Enock Agwanda and Ismael Dunga will continue with their scoring form. Sony Sugar are currently 11th on the log with 19 points.