Sofapaka team manager Jacques Roberto believes that his side has what it takes to outclass their hosts, Nairobi City Stars.
The two sides are set to clash, on Saturday (August 18) afternoon, in a Kenyan Premier League match, at Hope Centre.
-We expect it to be a tough match but we are on a mission; to bag the maximum points.
-We won in the first leg, and we want to confirm that it was not a fluke. The boys are in high spirits and I believe our trip to Kawangware will be fruitful, said Roberts to futaa.com.
In the first leg, Batoto Ba Mungu drubbed City Stars 2-0 at Nyayo National Stadium.Sofapaka are currently second on the log with 37 points, 15 ahead of 13th placed City Stars.