Rivers United opponents in Tuesday's CAF Confederation Cup match, KCCA FC of Uganda have arrived in Port Harcourt on Sunday ahead of their matchday 4 clash, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
KCCA currently second in the Group A standings, defeated Rivers United 2-1 in the reverse fixture at the Phillip Omondi Stadium in Kampala on June 3, and are looking to thwart the ambition of their visitors and win at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium Port Harcourt .
Head coach of KCCA, Mike Mutebi acknowledges that Rivers United will be difficult to beat on their ground, is confident his side can outscore the Pride of Rivers once again.
Rivers United are rock bottom in the group with three points from three games, but a win for Stanley Eguma's side against the Ugandan champions will put their campaign back on track.
"The result in Lugogo was not a true reflection of our dominance,” Rivers United's official website quotes Mutebi as saying.
"We have not been effective so far as we should have won the (reverse fixture) 5-2.
"The (issue) of goals difference is worrying, so we have to try to outscore the opponent.
"In all our away games in the Confederation Cup, we have only failed to score against FUS Rabat and El-Masry, we always score away from home.
"Rivers United is a very good team but we (KCCA) are confident we can rub shoulders with them because we have tested the best."