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Aduana Stars ‘must Punch Above Weight’ To Edge Past Entente Sportive de Setif

Aduana Stars striker Derrick Sasraku says his side ‘must punch above their weight’ in order to scale past Entente Sportive de Sétif  to reach the group stage of the CAF Champions League for the first time.

The Ghanaian champions host the Algerian side in the first leg tie at home next Wednesday with the return leg fixed 10 days later.

The Dorma-based side will be keen to record a favourable result at home before traveling to Algiers for the crucial reverse fixture.

And striker Derrick Sasraku admits his side must up their game.

“This is the last hurdle before we reach our target, which is the group stage. This time, we are playing home first and that is a good thing so far as I am concerned,” he is quoted by FootballMadeInGhana.com

“We need to be flawless against Setif and score more goals without conceding. The team is fired up and we are ready.

“We have already played one club from North Africa. [We] have a fair idea of what to expect, so we will be on guard.

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