Enugu Rangers’ Isaac Loute assures that his side will not leave anything to chance in pursuit of victory against Niger Tornadoes feeders in the Federation Cup Round of 64 on Tuesday.
The Flying Antelopes are aiming to clinch a domestic title this season and must edge past the third division side at the Aper Aku Stadium to progress to the next round of the competition.
"We have a very difficult game because we are playing against a young and tough side,” Loute told Goal.
“I remembered that they defeated defunct Dolphins in 2015 and got to the quarterfinal. They also won their playoffs match against Kogi United feeders in Abuja. So, we must not underrate them.
“We’ve gotten some information about the team and know little about their quality. It is important we do all humanly possible on the pitch to take our chances. Victory is non-negotiable.
“We won’t mess up against them. As you know, no minnow in Federation Cup and if we want to reach the next round we must put in our all.
"Since the league already ended, our chance of playing on the continent is to win the Federation Cup. So, we must take every game seriously.”