South Sudan national team has arrived in Kampala for the return leg against Uganda in 2018 CAF African Championships qualifier Saturday.
Following their 0-0 draw away last week, Uganda will now want to wrap up the proceedings at home and head secure a place in the second round of the qualifiers.
“We had a fair game away only that we failed to score. The positive is that we managed to create as many goal scoring opportunities as possible,” Sredojevic told Football Africa.
“We missed so many chances including a penalty, had a goal disallowed and we shall polish on the weaknesses in the remaining days.”
Looking at the Bright Stars, the visitors are aware that they have exerted pressure on themselves as they failed to win at home and to Kampala will not be an easy trip come Saturday.
Coach Felix Komoyangi will target a clean sheet, but motivate his side to become clinical in front of goal.
The winer between the two will face the winner between Rwanda and Tanzania in the third round – a clash will seal a spot in Kenya.
The encounter will be staged at the Phillip Omondi Stadium in Kampala on Saturday