United have to attacK
SuperSport United's quest to proceed to the group stages of the African Champions League hinges on an outstanding showing tomorrow at Milpark Stadium.
They trail Kampala City Council 2-1 from the first leg match a fortnight ago, and have to play in Johannesburg because Super Stadium in Atteridgeville is closed for renovations.
Still, Matsatsantsa a Pitori have managed to stay ahead of the pack on the local stage without the backing of multitudes on the stands. Hunt has no choice but to adopt an all-out attacking game.
The Ugandans would have taken note of Liberian Anthony Laffor, who scored United's lone goal in Kampala. But Hunt also has Daine Klate, Elias Pelembe and Tefera Fikru - who did not make the trip to Uganda.
Kickoff is at 8pm.
l In Harare, Zimbabwe's Monomatapa United will come up against Ajax Cape Town on Sunday. Ajax take a slender 3-2 lead with them. Kickoff is at 3pm.
l Mamelodi Sundowns should have no problems against Mauritian side AS Vacoas whom they crushed 3-0 away in the first leg of their Confederations Cup match. Kickoff is at 6pm at Tshwane's Pilditch Stadium.