Yanga Assistant Coach, Shedrack Nsajigwa has boasted over the quality of his team's preparation and revealed that they are ready to get a win in their first leg tie against Ethiopia’s Wolayta Dicha in the CAF Confederation Cup on Saturday.
The Jangwani Boys need to win the first leg at home and have a commanding lead heading into the return leg.
Speaking to Goal, Nsajigwa said that although they are playing at home, they still have to work hard in order to win the tie because Dicha is a strong team.
“Our preparations are of top standards, we aim to win the game and for sure we will put in a great performance in order to achieve that" said Nsajigwa.
The winner after two legs will book a place in the group stage of the competition. Yanga played in the group stage for the last time in 2016 when under current Singida United coach, Hans van Pluijm.