Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter
UGANDA coach Robert Sseguya has warned the Sables to underrate his team at their peril when the two sides clash in a crunch Victoria Cup encounter at Harare Sports Club tomorrow.
The Cranes jetted into Harare yesterday for the match which they have since labelled a must-win.
Having lost the reverse tie in their backyard, Sseguya warned his charges weren’t in the country for holiday.
“This is rugby, anything can happen. There is nothing tough, nothing easy in this game. “We have come to play rugby, we have to make sure we make people smile back home. We have not come here to tour Zimbabwe, time for touring will come.
“We are fully prepared, as I said, we are not here for touring, we are here for business.
“We haven’t focused on one area, for rectifications, but we have prepared all departments for this game.
“We have made some changes to the team, bringing some good players.’’
Zimbabwe are top of the four-team log having prevailed over Kenya, Uganda and Zambia in the first leg clashes.