In Summary
  • The Kenyan champions are scheduled to leave the country Tuesday morning for the Angolan capital ahead of their second group game to be played at the Estádio 11 de Novembro
  • Wanga, who won the Angolan Premier League (Girabola) with Petro Atletico in 2008, believes Gor can pick a win on the road if they get their approach right

  • Wanga insists that Hassan Oktay's charges will start as favourites

Gor Mahia should expect a "highly intimidating atmosphere" when they lock horns with Petro Atletico of Angola on Wednesday in a Caf Confederation Cup group "D" clash, according to Kenyan international Allan Wanga.

The Kenyan champions are scheduled to leave the country Tuesday morning for the Angolan capital ahead of their second group game to be played at the Estádio 11 de Novembro.

Wanga, who won the Angolan Premier League (Girabola) with Petro Atletico in 2008, believes Gor can pick a win on the road if they get their approach right.

“Atletico is a very big club in Angola. It has a big following and they have not been in any Caf competition for a long time now so I am sure that the fans will come out in very large numbers to cheer their players.

“Expect a highly intimidating fan atmosphere, awfully humid weather, and an intense, fast-paced game complete with plenty of wing play,” he warned.

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