Vipers just need to avoid a loss of more than one goal tomorrow when they host KCCA FC to set foot in their third Uganda cup final.
The dethroned league champions won the first leg 2-0 courtesy of Erisa Sekisambu and Alfred Leku’s strike in both halves and coach George Nsiimbe is keen on edging out his former club.
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“We played much better, but you have to control the game with ball possession, and we did that.”
The city lads are however optimistic to overturn the result and get to the finals for the second consecutive season. They lost last year’s final to SC Villa.
“My vast experience tells me we can go and beat Vipers at Buikwe and make it to the finals. A few changes in the team can change the entire game plan and we progress. We may be down at the moment but we are not entirely out,” Mutebi told club media.
KCCA must score win by a three goal margin to win the tie or two to force post match shootouts.
“We have played at Buikwe before and know what the atmosphere there requires, anyone who counts us out does so on his own peril,” deputy captain Joseph Ochaya was quoted.
The winner of the finals will play their equivalent from the Onduparaka versus Entebbe game.