SIMBA said all 24 players deployed for three back to back Lake Zone fixtures are mentally and physically fit ready to hunt possible nine points from away venues.
The Msimbazi Street Reds who landed safely in Mwanza yesterday, face Geita Gold at CCM Kirumba Stadium in Mwanza tomorrow before heading to play Kagera Sugar at Kaitaba Stadium in Kagera and thereafter, retreating to interface KMC at CCM Kirumba.
KMC, the Kinondoni based side have opted to use Mwanza venue for the big encounter against Simba believing that they can get good results from there.
As such; Simba have nine points hanging by thread of which, if they successfully claim, will help them a lot in their quest to reclaim the championship.
In his words, the team’s trainer Juma Mgunda insisted that his charges are of good health focusing on the upcoming three matches in order to stamp success and intensify the title chase.
“Of course, we are aware that all the three lined up games are extremely difficult as each team is preparing to generate a positive result that is why we are going there to compete for good results.
“We have taken into consideration everything because doing well will give us a clear direction of our status in the league marathon that is why I insist that the squad is ready for the battles,” Mgunda said.
He further narrated that all 24 players dispatched for the Lake Zone mission are of good health and that basing on the preparations they have had, he believes that they will be able to execute well their duties.
Currently, Simba are third on the Premier League table with 34 points from 15 matches and a triumph tomorrow will drive them to 37 points and keep climbing up the ladders.
They have so far scored 31 goals, more than any other team on the log while at the same time, conceding few goals (7) than any team on the ladder.
The Msimbazi street giants have already vowed to make significant signings during the ongoing mini-transfer window to keep the squad well balance capable to withstand premier league and CAF Champions League assignments.