Coach of Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) of Uganda, Mike Hillary Mutebi, is confident his team can earn maximum points against visiting Rivers United in Group A, matchday-3 of the 2017 Total CAF Confederation Cup today (Saturday), Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
KCCA bounced back in contention for quarter-finals qualification
after earning a vital home victory against Club Africain of Tunisia about a fortnight ago.
And ahead of Saturday's game against Rivers United, Mutebi says is team has what it takes to secure their second group win, but however warned that it would not be a walk in the park.
“We are prepared for the game, the players are set and our target is to make sure we get maximum points in tomorrow’s (Saturday's) encounter,” Mutebi told the KCCA's official website on Friday.
“From the assessment, I have made about them (Rivers United), they are a very tactical side, physical like we all know about West African teams.
"Therefore, that calls for efficiency and make sure we minimize the mistakes in order to get the result that we want.”
And with the return of star midfielder Muzamir Mutyaba, the manager said: “He (Mutyaba) gives us more confidence in the midfield, he brings creativity to the team. Therefore his return from injury is a big boost for us.”
All the teams in Group A have three points after two rounds of games.
FUS Rabat of Morocco are top of the group and are followed by Club Africain, Rivers United are third, while KCCA are bottom.