Gor Mahia captain Harun Shakava is confident that they will seal victory against Yanga on Sunday.
K’Ogalo will go into the match as favourites after downing the Tanzanian outfit 4-0 in the first leg. Shakava now believes that his side has what it takes to progress to the next stage but again it has to start on Sunday.
Captain Harun Shakava: "It's going to be a tough game especially that they (Young Africans) lost in Nairobi by four goals. Tomorrow, it will be different but we have come to get three points so that we qualify to the next stage." [@CAF_Media]#TotalCAFCC #Sirkal pic.twitter.com/6PuaJ0q19P— GOR MAHIA FC (@OfficialGMFC) July 28, 2018
“This is going to be a tough game; we are not expecting a walk in the park. We have to give our best in all departments and ensure we get goals. The main thing is to try and finish the business earlier and play our game.
“It is a tough group yes but we have so far done well. The main thing is to ensure we win matches and avoid conceding goals.”
Gor Mahia is second in the Group with five points, two behind USM Alger, who will play third placed Rayon Sports at home. The first two teams will qualify to the quarters and as it stands, USM and Gor Mahia are clear favourites.