Nigeria should expect tough match in Tanzania, says Karuma

The Tanzanites bowed to the Falconets in the qualifier, but the administrator promised Christopher Danjuma's ladies a tough clash in Dar es Salaam

Tanzania Women Premier League chairperson Amina Karuma is confident the country's U20 women side will put up a 'tough and different' challenge against Nigeria on Sunday.

Sebastian Nkoma's ladies will host the Falconets in the return leg in Dar es Salaam after succumbing to a 3-0 defeat in the first leg of the World Cup qualifier in Benin two weeks ago.

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And the women's league boss insists her side have learnt many lessons from the first leg and are looking to right their wrongs.

"We've got an experience playing Nigeria and I believe it will help us get a better performance in our next game in Dar es Salaam," Karuma told Goal.

"We are not troubled by the result in Benin but we Nigeria should expect a tough and different match in Tanzania in the second leg."

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