FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza has warned his charges against complacency when they take on Kenya’s Sofapaka FC in this weekend CAF Confederations Cup reverse leg tie at Mandava Stadium.

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Despite enjoying a 2-1 lead going into Saturday’s 2nd leg tie of the CAF Confederations Cup preliminary round tie at Mandava Stadium, Mapeza has warned against complacency and has demanded absolute concentration from his players.

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“I want my team to guard against complacency, they might think we won in Kenya, but the fact that we are playing at home will still give us pressure. This is a new game needing total concentration and its own good result,” said Mapeza.

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Mapeza who raised concern over his side’s levels of fitness in Nairobi says there has been an improvement and his hope is the squad will carry the fitness form into Saturday’s match.

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“There has been an improved fluidity in play and in the fitness levels of my team my only hope is that it be transferred to the day in question and help us win the match,” he said.

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The Zvishavane-based platinum miners will play Kenya’s Sofapaka FC on Saturday hoping to go for a result that will advance them to the next round where they will face the winner between Botswana Defence Forces and Tanzania’s Young Africans.

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Young Africans currently enjoy a 2-nil lead going into this weekend’s reverse fixture.