APR eye crucial away win in Seychelles

APR FC will be eyeing a crucial away win today when they face Anse Réunion in the return leg of the CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round at Stade Linite Victoria in Seychelles.
APR are looking to seal qualification to the round of CAF Confederation Cup in Seychelles today. S. Ngendahimana.
APR are looking to seal qualification to the round of CAF Confederation Cup in Seychelles today. S. Ngendahimana.

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Preliminary round second leg
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APR FC will be eyeing a crucial away win today when they face Anse Réunion in the return leg of the CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round at Stade Linite Victoria in Seychelles.

The head coach, Jimmy Mulisa, will be hoping to win, the away game after an inspiring first leg win which saw APR thrash their Seychelles rivals 4-0 in Kigali.

“We are a better team, our target now is to reach as far as we possibly can in the Confederation Cup,” said Mulisa.

In the first leg in Kigali, earlier this month, APR beat Anse Réunion 4-0, as the military side ensured a bright start to their continental campaign at home.

Djihad Bizimana netted a hat trick while Isaa Bigirimana scored the other goal as the military side ensured a bright start to their continental campaign.

APR need to make sure that they don’t lose by over 4 goals in the second leg to eliminate Anse Réunion in Seychelles.

Kenyans Anthony Ogwayo, Oliver Odhiambo and Stephen Yiembe will officiate the game.

Should APR progress from this round, they will still have a mountain to climb against Djoliba of Mali, who qualified for the next stage without kicking a ball after Liberia’s Elwa United pulled out of the tournament at the last minute due to financial problems.

Djoliba reached the group stage in the 2012 CAF Confederation Cup while APR have never reached the group stages since they made their debut in Africa’s biggest club competition in 1997.

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