Onduparaka FC has not lost a game at home since the turn of the New Year but has also failed to score any during that period.
It is this bad run of four consecutive goalless draws infront of their fans that the Caterpillars head coach Sadiq Sempigi seeks to end when the side host Maroons on Saturday at the Greenlight stadium.
“The team is creating well and we have been working on the attitude and decision making,” the coach told club media before adding that, “We know we have taken long without scoring at home and it’s what we have been working on in preparatory trainings for tomorrow’s games.
“We hope this game is going to be a point to revive from, we hope to get maximum points, we have to bounce back from not scoring and we have to do a lot to ensure we win this game with good margin of goals.”
Onduparaka sit sixth on the log with 31 points, only one below BUL who occupy the fifth place.
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