AFC Leopards have never been this confident against Gor Mahia since 2016!
A new hope has come to Leopards camp as players are oozing confidence that this is the time to beat their arch-rival Gor Mahia following the weakness they have identified.
Since October 23, 2016, the two KPL clubs have met eight times with Leopards not being able to secure any victory. Gor have won seven times and drawn once.
But Ingwe, through their captain Robinson Kamura insist the failure will not count in their Sunday’s encounter since they are only focused to bag maximum points from the game.
While reckoning the clash will be competitive, Kamura believes his side will strive to score the first goal so as to boost their morale.
“This is a very competitive game and we will give it our all though it is like any other match in the league we have played. We have lost matches where we conceded first and that is why we will strive to take the lead before our opponents and hold on till the end,” said Kamura.
“We are not tense because we have been working hard in training. This time round we are confident of a win. This is the right time to beat Gor because their defense is shaky and has been letting in many goals,” he added.
Since joining Leopards in 2017, Kamura has never won any match against K’Ogalo and this could be his first victory if his words come to pass.
Leopards are better placed in terms of statistics of their last five matches as they’ve won four of them and lost one while Gor have won three of their last five games, drawn one and lost the rest.
The highly anticipated match is set to begin from 3 pm (EAT) at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.