Mathare United midfielder Kevin Kimani is angling his 2019/20 Kenyan Premier League account against Tusker when both teams meet in wee two of action.
Kimani, an ex-Tusker himself, believes the game will be won by fine margins but is looking to give a good account of himself in the game more from the dead balls.
“I expect a very tough game since both teams have quality players and they will all be looking for a win. The mental aspect will play a big role and it is important that we utilize our chances.
“Set-pieces are my speciality and I always put a lot of work in training. I’ll be happy to score when the chance arises since the first goal will give us a huge advantage.
“I had a good preseason which helped me in my recovery. I want to score as many goals as possible this season and emerge as the best midfielder in the country,” Kimani told the club’s official portal.
The Salim Ali coached side begun their season with a goalless draw against Bandari FC.
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