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Ethiopian Premier League leaders Dedebit FC visits Khartoum today for the Confederation Cup second round first-leg encounter against Sudanese cup holders Al Ahly Shendi. The return leg in Addis Ababa will be in two weeks time, and the home side is the favorite to go through to the next stage.
Even though Dedebit went through to the next stage on goal advantage, after a shocking 2-1 defeat in the home return leg, it is attributed to the fact that they overconfident because of their 4-0 first leg away win rather than a loss of form. With nine players, back from the African Cup of Nations final, the League leaders are currently the most balanced side in the League, strong enough to challenge the Sudanese side in the first leg. The priority to former Ethiopian National women side head coach, Abraham Teklehaimanot, currently with Dedebit, is to return home with a good result and go all the way for a big home win on the return leg in Addis Ababa. Abraham has enough fire power to choose from in the strike force, with the Premier League’s deadly strikers, Getaneh Kebede, Dawit fekadu and Nigerian international Philip Dawzi, under his command. Holding midfielder Addis Hentsa, a Ghanian playmaker and attacking midfield player Menyahel Teshome are to orchestrate the center of the field while full backs Seyoum Tesfaye and Fadiga an additional attacking options to worry the hosts Al Ahly Shendi about their back all the time. Taking over the Ethiopian Premier League top spot happens to be a big moral boost for the home side and making new history by going through to the second round qualification also an important step for Dedebit, which is the youngest side among current Ethiopian Premier League heavy weights. The decisive return leg takes place in Addis on the 31st of March 2013.