Uganda Cranes head Johnathan McKinstry says his side has solutions for the Africa Nations championship group C game against Togo.
“Togo will present a different challenge from Rwanda but we don’t want to give them their rhythm in the game. If we do that, we shall be punished,” McKinstry said in the Pre-match presser before adding,
“We know both teams provide different challenges and we must get solutions. We know Togo will come into the game looking to improve as well but we feel that we have solutions for the game against Togo.
“The session on Thursday night will give us a true picture of what we want to do on Friday,” he concluded.
Uganda, who frustratingly drew their first group game against neighbours Rwanda will hope to redeem themselves on Friday evening when they take on the Togo Sparrowhawks at the Stade de Unification in Douala, Cameroon.
McKinstry will miss the services of forward Milton Kalisa who picked up an injury against Rwanda but will be bolstered by the return of Skipper Halid Lwaliwa who missed the opener with a hamstring problem.