Enyimba FC defender Sunday Adetunji believes the team’s backline and midfield will be the busiest in Sunday’s second-leg CAF Confederation Cup quarter-final game against Rayon Sports.
Adetunji told footballlive.ng that they are ready for the Rwandan side, but expects that their opponents will come hoping to cause an upset.
The NPFL side are yet to concede a goal in their last five matches; including the goalless first-leg in Kigali.
5 – @EnyimbaFC have played 5 consecutive matches without conceding a goal (3 #CAFCC, 2 #AITEOCup). Six? ✌#ENYRAY
— Opta Nigeria (@OptaNGR) September 23, 2018
‘We expect them to come all out for a win in Aba, but we are also ready for them. In the first-leg they showed a lot of respect, even the fans showed it, but we know how important this second-leg is and we want to defend the home front,’ Adetunji said.