The stakes are high ahead of the finals with the winner of the Shield set to represent the country in the Caf Confederations Cup next season. and as a
The 32-year old tactician is optimistic of a positive outing by the end of the day.
"I cannot say that we, Sharks, or Sofapaka are favorites. It is just simple; the team that will concentrate and stays focused will win the match.
“Matches of this caliber are won through concentration but I believe we will get something at the end of the day.
"We have prepared well for the match, my team is ready but much talking will be done on the pitch."
This will be the second time that Sharks are meeting Sofapaka in this competition. In 2017, Muluya pulled a 3-1 victory over Batoto Ba Mungu.