Asoto will face the Malawian giants and the coach hopes to have a good home record.
Amazulo head coach Benny McCarthy has revealed that he will be impressed with the home form of Kaiser Chiefs last season as he is part of the Kiev Champions League.
Yusuto will face Malawi’s Nyasa Big Bullets at the Musa Mabheda Stadium on Friday, and Strategy believes Amakhosi’s home form will be a key factor in their success in the Champions League final campaign. The Chiefs reached the final, where they lost to defending champions Egypt.
“If you look at the Kaiser Chiefs last season, they were ruthless at home, they were punishing the teams at home, so we’re going to be inspired by that and if we can do that, we can Will be given a chance to fight. ” McCarthy said in the press before the match.
“It’s an opportunity for all of us to learn. We want to make our own history and our own success.
“We are not worried because many players have played for their national teams on the African stage and so we know what is expected. We are excited about it and we believe it is a great opportunity. “
Although the strategist admits he knows very little about the Malawians, he believes they have made enough preparations for a positive outcome on Friday.
McCarthy added, “We have worked to combat our point of view, different strategies and the physicality of the African parties.” “We’ve worked on all aspects of our game and we think Friday may be early because we want to control the butterflies in our stomachs, the inclusion and the players.”
“They will be a tough opposition and we don’t know how good they are physically, how good they are, how fast, fast and strong. So, it’s really unknown, so we just have to rely on a few game clips. We got it from TV footage and the Malawi League.
“When you are playing at home, you have to make sure that the opponent’s strength does not punish you. We saw how strong they are and what they are good at doing. Guard.”
McCarthy will not have the Augustin Molinga and Thumbella schools available for the first round of the encounter as both are injured.