SuperSport United are away to AFC Leopards as they look to book their spot in the next round of the Caf Confederation Cup
Wafula, Saleh, Situma, Shikokoti
Imbalambala, vMudde, Kadenge, Wafula,
Mokeke, Moloi, Fransman, Diouf
Doutie, Chenene, Mathebula, Phala
SuperSport United will be looking to knock AFC Leopards out of the Caf Confederation Cup when the two teams meet on Sunday afternoon.
Matsatsantsa have a two-goal advantage over their Kenyan opponents, but they have a battle on their hands given how tough the first leg was in Tshwane last weekend.
Coach Cavin Johnson understands that they will need to defend better away from home, and try hard to kill the game with an early goal.
The South African side is yet to concede a goal in this year's competition, and they have a good chance of reaching the group stages.
AFC Leopards will have to minimize mistakes at the back if they keep their hopes of progressing to the next round alive this afternoon.
Ingwe looked vulnerable in set-pieces during the first leg, and they were punished by David Mathebula and Bennett Chenene as they had their eyes on Mame Niang.
Leopards coach James Nandwa will put his faith on Martin Imbalambala to bring discipline to his defence, and deal with United's attack.
Matsatsantsa will be without Lebogang Manyama and Dino Ndlovu for this encounter. Manyama sustained an injury in the first leg of this tie, while Ndlovu, despite playing for Bafana against Brazil, hasn't returned to full fitness.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- AFC Leopards have won 13 Kenyan Premier League titles in their history.
- Matsatsantsa have scored five goals in their three games so far, conceding none.
- Ingwe crashed out in the Preliminary Round of this competition back in 2010 which also marked their first appearance.
- Matsatsantsa beat Leopards 2-0 in the first leg played at the Lucas Moripe Stadium last week.