Enyimba FC midfielder, Austine Oladapo is optimistic that the Super Eagles B has what it takes to turn around a 4-1 deficit against the Sparrows of Togo in a second-leg CHAN qualifier.
The Eagles to score as many as 3 unreplied goals to reach the competition proper.
With the return-leg of the CHAN qualifiers holding next week at the Agege Stadium, Oladapo however believed the home based Eagles can turn the table around.
“The game with Togo is one the CHAN Eagles can win with more than a 3-0 goal margin,” Oladapo told www.brila.net
“All what we need do is to play as a team, make the most of the goal scoring chances and don’t lose focus until after qualification has been secured.”
On the People’s Elephants preparations ahead of their CAF Confederations Cup game against TS Galaxy of South Africa, the former Gombe United midfielder said the team are leaving no stone upturned.
“We’re making the most out of the camping as our preparations for the CAF Play-Off game has been tough and going to plans.
“My teammates and I have been sweating it out in the practice sessions perfecting the different match plans, tactics and working on our weakness since arriving Otta.
“The warm-up game against MFM FC of Lagos billed for Wednesday by noon, is one we’ll use to put all what we have learnt to practice.”