Ingwe won the first leg 4-3 to end a three year draw between the two sides; and the twelve-time league champions are favourites to win the encounter.
However, that is not the case with Selebwa, who feels that his team should be cautious.
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“Yes, they have not been performing well but that does not mean they are not a good side. Actually, they are even more dangerous because they are desperate for a win meaning they will be be pushing us.
“We are prepared well, and we believe we have a chance of getting a win, it is all about sticking to our plan and scoring when chances are there,” Selebwa told Goal in an interview.
AFC Leopards are fourth on the log with thirty-nine points.