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Feni expects tough Coton test



URA midfielder Moses Ali Feni expects Cameroonian side Coton Sport to make life difficult for the tax collectors when the two face off in the return leg of the Caf Champions League at Namboole in Kampala on Saturday.

A goalless draw will see the tie decided on spot kicks while any scoring stalemate will see the Ugandan outfit out of the tournament.

An outright win for either side will see them make the first round of the competition and that is what Feni and his teammates will be hoping for after holding the Cameroonian goalless away two weeks ago.

“It was a tough game in Cameroon and there was a lot of pressure exerted on us by them,” Feni, who was making his continental debut then, told SuperSport.com.

“It’s understandable playing the way we played (defensive) since we were away but we also had about three chances to win it. Credit to the home side they created many but credit to us because we didn’t concede.”

Feni added: “They have a strong midfield and we have to work harder to stop them. We shall need all departments at their best to progress. It will be a tough game.”

URA have played seven continental games at Namboole and won four of them, lost two and drawn one.



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