Nakumatt upbeat ahead of AFC Leopards match

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AFC Leopards will play Nakumatt on Saturday

After falling by a solitary goal against National Super League side Nairobi City Stars in their recent friendly match, AFC Leopards might be in hot soup again on Saturday when they play Nakumatt FC.

Former Ingwe forward Khalid Jumaan was on target for the relegated side as Leopards failed to get something from the game and Nakumatt FC Secretary Albert Wesonga believes his team also has quality players who can definitely show their potential.

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"Yes, we are playing against them (AFC Leopards) next weekend as we continue being active as we wait for the season to kick-off. It is definitely going to be a good match, a quality one to gauge our ability.

"Looking at the squad we have, I can say we have a chance to down them, but that has to happen on the pitch," he told Goal.

Cresten Mwanzo and Eugine Ambulwa are some of the Nakumatt players set to face their former team.

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