The ex-Harambee Stars tactician says the newcomers will try and take advantage of the problems at Ingwe's den to collect maximum points when they meet on Saturday
Bandari coach Twahir Muhiddin has said they will try and take advantage of the problems at AFC Leopards to collect maximum points when the two sides meet in a Tusker Premier League at Moi Kasarani on Saturday.
“At the moment AFC Leopards are undergoing a transition after signing a new coach. As a result they will be trying new things and we hope to capitalize on the same to get maximum points,” he told Goal.com.
Muhiddin, however, remained cautious that their opponents may also be at their best despite their troubles.
“Generally, Leopards are a good side capable of rising to the occasion when the situation demands. We are well aware that they have the ability to play out their hearts despite what they may be going through and will not underrate them.”
“Also going for them is the fact that they finished third in the league last season and will rely on this though to us it is history and at the moment our form is better.”
Muhiddin is also happy with the confidence in his squad and said a good result on Saturday will just push them further in terms of high expectations for the future.
The team is coming back to the KPL after one season in the lower league.