Brave Simba have arrived safely in Morocco ahead of their important CAF Champions League quarter-final match versus Wydad Casablanca on Friday.
Stade Mohammed V arena is set to be on siege as two giants fight for a space to venture in the semifinals.
The country’s solo envoys in the lucrative club football contest on the continent have stormed the battlefield with confidence to make a breakthrough.
After winning the first leg duel 1-0 at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Dar es Salaam, thanks to Jean Baleke goal, the Reds have one foot in the last four of the competition.
If they succeed to hold on to the stamped victory, then their target of playing in the semifinals of the champions league is going to be materialised.
Meanwhile, Roberto Oliveira’s side will continue to miss the service of first choice goalie Aishi Manula who still nurses injury as confirmed by Simba’s Media and Communication Manager Ahmed Ally.
This gives room to the team’s third choice keeper Ally Salim to be in between the sticks for a fourth successive match and is yet to concede a goal.