Enyimba utility player Andrew Abalogu has admitted that his team are in for a difficult ride in the remaining matches in the Group C of the CAF Confederation Cup.
The two-time CAF Champions League winners who have six points from four games are scheduled to play Malian club Djoliba and Congo’s Cara Brazzaville.
“We have two very tough games in the CAF Confederation Cup. Djoliba and Cara Brazzaville are two good sides on the continent,” he conceded when asked by Footballlive.ng.
“They whole team has resolved to pick at least four points from the two tricky matches, something I feel we are capable of achieving. There is no pressure but a good feeling in the dressing room. There is experience in our ranks. We will be fine at the end of the group games.”
“It is not going to be easy even though we know that we have the quality to take something out of both games,” he added.
The People’s Elephants are third on the log with six points from a possible 12.