Tusker out to beat Mathare United

The Brewers will be away to Mathare United over the weekend

Tusker FC coach George Nsimbe says his side have to win away matches in order to stand a chance of retaining the silverware.

The Brewers started the season in a low note but they have regained their confidence winning five matches in a row. Nsimbe has admitted the fact that it is not going to be easy against Mathare United, but the Ugandan is adamant his side is ready.

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"Away matches are usually the most challenging because many teams bank on home ground to collect points. We had and still do have a good away record, and the most important thing is for us to continue with it. We have to win those matches to stand a chance of defending our league title.

"The competition is stiff, several teams are in for the title but I believe the most consistent side will win," he told Goal.

Tusker are currently placed fourth on the table with 21 points.

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