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Today, Defense Force needs a colossal home effort to counter the 2-0 preliminary round first leg away defeat to Kenyan counterpart AFC Leopard. Dedebit finished half the way by beating defending champion CS Sfaxien of Tunisia in the second round first leg home clash.
It may not be a big deal to turn down a two goal deficit in front of home supporters. But the problem, according to head coach Gebremedin Haile, is that his strikers lack match fitness because of the league suspension thus scoring goals does not come easily. Since an all out attack appears to be the only option for a surprise come back, a threesome strike force comprised of Manaye Fantu, Medhane Tadesse Mulualem Tilahun who recently moved from Ethiopian Coffee is much expected by football fans. The defense led by Awol Abdella needs extra precaution for a surprise counter attack by the visitors, who are likely to focus on strong defensive play.
Defending champion Dedebit is already one leg in the next big match against CS Sfaxien thanks for the first leg 3-0 home victory. Coach Negussie Desta’s side would have created more goal scoring chances had it not been for misfiring targets. This means the Zanzibar champions KMKM back-four are a weak link still open to exploitation. Dedebit’s back-four was flawless and the two wingers Seyoum Tesfaye and Berhanu Bogale are busy helping the strike force. This time safety first might discourage going forward but the hosts have nothing to lose could rise for the occasion for the cliché “Anything can happen in football anytime” stands alive. Football fans already started speculating about the second qualification stage first home match against Sfaxien that kicked Saint George out of champions’ league group stage last year.