Western Stima coach Henry Omino is preparing his team for the Sunday 28 October Tusker Premier League (TPL) clash with Rangers FC at the Bukhungu Stadium in the 27th round of matches.
As he goes on with the preparations, Omino feels it will be an uphill task for his charges in the game if the relegation threatened side were to score first and has called his charges to be watchful when taking on the Nairobi side.
In assessment of Rangers’ strengths going into the game, the coach says the Nairobi side’s experience is a key weapon they will carry to the Bukhungu Stadium but admitted he will be going for a win.
-They are a very strong team and dangerous to face especially at this time when they are fighting for survival. In the game we will exercise extra caution, and I even talked to the players; they know it.
-The experience in their side will really work for them but I am looking forward to a win. I know it is not so easy but one thing we should watch out for is that they should not score first – if they do, it will be very hard for us to stage a comeback, he told futaa.com.
Rangers won this encounter in the first leg in Nairobi.