Kabras head coach Henly Du Plessis believes that his charges can pick a positive results against KCB if they tackle the clash with the right mentality.
With the side enjoying a 10-match winning streak, the coach says they will tackle the clash with the same approach they have used in the last 10 matches where they have scored 420 points and conceded just 98.
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The tactician is impressed with the mood of his charges and training sessions they have had this week. He is happy with how his side has been attacking this season and he is confident that they can take the game to bankers.
In past matches eight matches against KCB, Kabras have managed to score just 97 points and the South African tactician feels they should do better this weekend.
“The mood in camp is fine. We had two good sessions on Monday and Tuesday. We are going to approach the game as we have done in the past games and we need to have the right mentality. Our attack is doing well this season and we head to this game with an attacking mind. Again we will treat it as a final and bearing in mind our past record against them, ” Du Plessis told Scrummage.
“We are used to travelling Nairobi now, we worked out on a system where we travel a bit early so that the players can rest.”
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The coach admitted that he has watched and analyzed KCB’s 2018/19 games and part of the 2017/18 matches but he insists that he will make minimal changes to his system of play, since it has worked well for them this season.
“I have watched their games and I have been monitoring them but I wont change much because our systems are working well this season,” he added.
He concluded by urging the clubs fans to be positive heading the clash as he believes that the players will impress in the tough encounter.
” Its going to be a tough match but the fans should stay positive and come in numbers to support the team. The players wont disappoint. ” he concluded.
Kabras RFC will be seeking to end KCB dominance in this fixture. They have lost seven of the last eight Kenya Cup meetings.