Nakumatt ready for AFC Leopards match

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Cautious Nakumatt assistant coach Fred Ambani says his team will play well against Ingwe

After falling by a solitary goal away to Bandari last weekend, Nakumatt FC are ready to bounce back against AFC Leopards this weekend.

Ingwe was in the cold last weekend following Ulinzi Star's continental task that led to the postponement of the fixture. Nakumatt assistant coach Fred Ambani has also revealed his team was unlucky to be defeated by the Dockers.

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"We were very unlucky to fall against Bandari last weekend, we were really prepared but lost concentration once, and we were punished. It was not our day though, we dominated well but could not get the ball into the net. We have learnt from it and it will not happen again.

"I cannot say anything about our game against AFC Leopards, all I know is that we are prepared to face them, the team is ready to fight and that will be seen on the pitch. Having former Leopards players is an advantage to us yes, but remember, sometimes it does not go as planned."

AFC Leopards coach Stewart Hall is keen on winning his first competitive match, after losing his last two in the league.

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