KENYA CUP

Mwamba optimistic ahead of KCB tie

Mwamba coach Kevin Wambua believes his team is in good hands as they face the champions KCB over the weekend and he feels concentration for the entire 80 minutes will be key for his team.
Wambua who is currently in Dubai coaching the Kenya Lionesses knows they face an uphill task given that KCB lost to Nondies last weekend. The side is like to be led by Louis Kisia,  as they tackle the Bankers and Wambua believes they can get a meaningful result if remain the focused the entire 80 minutes.
“We head to KCB who lost to Nondies so it will be tough. We will have to remind the players that we have to play 80 minutes. Against Homeboyz we played only 10. We will need to get the kick.” wambua said in earlier an interview.
According to the coach, denying their opponents time on the ball and dominating collision areas will be important. He also echoed scrummaging and lineouts as the areas his team will have to fine tune their skills ahead of the clash at Ruaraka. This clearly shows that fowards will be key to winning the duel.
“The team will be in good hands and we will need to work on lineouts and scrummaging. KCB are going to come hard on us. Its good we have three points positive since we failed to get this last season. So we will need to deny them time on the ball and collision areas.”
Mwamba will look to bounce back from a bad start to the season having lost all the two opening games this season, going down to Harlequins in the season opener and Homeboyz in the second game.
KCB who lost to Nondies last week will on the other hand look to continue their fine form against Mwamba at home. The last meeting saw KCB win 53-7 when they met early this year.

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