East End Lions defender, Kemson Fofanah has said the clash against Kemboi Eagles is going to be tough, but an exciting tie as they are motivated to win away.
The two sides lock horns for the first time this season at the Kenema playing field on Saturday. Last season they played to a barren draw at the same venue.
Host Kamboi Eagles unbeaten so far winning five out of their six matches played in this campaign.
The Killers, on the other hand, defeat big money spenders Bo Rangers in their last encounter to move up to second behind their host.
“We are going to respect them, they have been so compact and composed this season,” Kemson to FSL news.
The former B93 defender added, “After our victory over Bo Rangers, we moved up to second, and that on it own is a motivation.”
“It’s going to a tough, strong and exciting game against the current league leaders. Kamboi Eagles an organised side, and we are the defending champions which mean we want to win every match.”
Fofanah has played in their last five fixtures since joining after a spell with Danish third-tier side Boldklubben 1893.
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