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Ethiopian Premier League defending champion Saint George travels to Kinshasa Congo for the 2017 African Champions’ League group stage a third round showdown against home side As Vita on Tuesday. A win gives the visitors pole position to a historic quarter final berth.
With the Dutch master Martinus Nooij back to good health and Ugandan international goalie Robert Odunkara fast recovering from injury, Saint George’s squad is intact and ready to write its own page in the country’s football history.
Seven consecutive international matches without conceding a goal, the visitors’ back four that brings together Salkahadin Bargecho and Aschalew Tamene at central defense, left foot wizard AbebawButako in the left and FrezerKassa in the right have already proven worthy of matching the host’s strike force. However, the former champions AS Vita are notorious in their backyard an 80,000 seat Stade des Martyrs. AS Vita’s hope to earn its first point so far the tournament is their Rwandan international lethal target man Ernst Sugira and for that the clean sheet defense line is at full readiness.
The intact midfield that boasts Natinael Zeleka, Mentesenot Adane, Behailu Assefa and the Burkinabe twins: Abdulkarim Zoko and Severin Waongo is once again to shoulder the heavy burden of controlling the engine room led by the 34 year old veteran Lusadisu Basisila.
The tournaments’ leading top scorer with six goals Salhadi Said spear headed Saint Georges’ strike force by scoring an away goal. Sources disclosed that a huge number of travelling supporters are preparing for the flight to Kinshasa.