Tanzania giants Simba SC will be taking on Kenyan side Bandari FC in a friendly clash on Saturday 12 October at the National Stadium-Dar Es Salaam.
Apart from the tie against Bandari, Simba has other two friendly matches against different opposition in the week as they seek to make good use of the International break.
After the Bandari game, the Tanzania champions will be up against Mashujaa FC on the 14th before taking on Burundi’s Aigle Noir two days later; all these two games slated for the Lake Tanganyika Stadium.
Bandari has started the season well both locally and continentally where they are in the last elimination stage of the CAF Confederations Cup; a hope of a group stage participation well among coach Mwalala’s dreams.
Locally they are placed eighth on the log with seven points having played a game less than every team bar leaders Gor Mahia who were eliminated from the CAF Champions League.
Simba on the other end is leading the Tanzania league having won all their first four matches but just as Gor Mahia, they have been demoted to the CAF Confederations Cup after failing to get past UD Songo in the Champions League.