Power Dynamos’ resolve to go further in the 2015 CAF Confederation Cup will be tested on Sunday as they host Al Khartoum of Sudan in the return leg tie of the preliminary round at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe.
Power are trailing 1-0 from the first leg tie played in Sudan two weeks ago and must beat Khartoum to advance to the first round of the Confederation Cup.
Tenant Chilumba’s side is desparate to win this match to avoid an early exit from the competition.
“It is an open game ;No team has an advantage,” Chilumba said.
“They have a good team but we are not under pressure,” he added.
Khartoum coach Kwesi Appiah has vowed that his side would give Power a tough game.
“We are going to do our best to give Power a very nice game,” Appiah said.
The ex-Ghana coach added:”It is not going to be as easy game.”
Power warmed up for this game by beating Zanaco 1-0 in the Charity Shield semifinal in Kitwe seven days ago.