Wafula eyes home dominance
02 September 2015, 14:05
Nairobi - Kenya defender Edwin Wafula has targeted nothing less than a 100 percent
home record as they look to qualify for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Harambee Stars host Zambia in their second qualification match at
the Nyayo National Stadium on Sunday, having opened their continental
campaign with a 1-1 draw away to Congo-Brazzaville.
And Wafula believes Kenya should be looking at collecting all nine
points on offer from their three home matches in Group E, starting
against Chipolopolo this weekend.
"We simply have to do well in our home games. That is a must," Wafula told SuperSport.
"We have three. If we win all of them, we already have 10 points and that is a lot if we are seeking to qualify.
"If we do so, we will be fine and I am very confident that we have the ability to go ahead and do so.
"Zambia are quality and we know that they recently won the
competition so they will give us a hard game. However, we are confident
and we know that as long as we play well, we will get the points."
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