Although he says SC Villa is good enough to beat struggling MYDA on Saturday, left back Derrick Ndahiro has urged teammates to work hard and make it a reality.
The youngster says they will deal with MYDA as a team and he’s optimistic the three points are within reach.
Villa host MYDA later today in match day six of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League at Bombo barracks.
“We have prepared well for tomorrow’s game .My teammates know what is expected of us ahead of the game.We shall not underlook MYDA because we take every game as crucial.
“I had picked an injury but am happy that I came back.I’m ready to help my team win the 3 points tomorrow.
Before the break , Ndahiro was on form and managed to score two goal against URA FC and Mbarara City.
SC Villa are currently 10th on the log with 7 points from 5 games while MYDA are 15th with 1 point from 5 games.
In their last games, SC Villa defeated their arch rival Express FC 1-0 at Wankulukuku courtesy of George Senkaaba while MYDA were thumped 7-0 by Vipers.