Enugu Rangers midfielder Isaac Saviour is full of confidence and too sure his team will claim victory and all three points against Katsina United today, claiming that there ‘is nothing special’ about the encounter.
The Rangers midfielder said his team has all it takes to secure victory against Katsina United.
Saviour revealed that the Rangers will be hoping to work on the weaknesses of the Chanji Boys to secure the maximum points after the match.
The Flying Antelopes will be hosting their NPFL counterparts, Katsina United, at the Awka City Stadium later today.
While speaking to the club’s media, Saviour said:
“The game against Katsina United is nothing special; we have our goal, and we will push for it in the encounter.”
The 21-year-old midfielder, who joined the Coal City club from Nigeria National League side Vandrezzer at the start of this season, claimed that no defence is unbeatable, and as such, they are all out for three points.
“No defence is unbeatable, as we will work on the lapses of our visitors to get the maximum points at stake,” he said.
Saviour, who has featured in all Rangers’ games this season, finding the back of the net in their 4-1 win over Kano Pillars, will be looking to continue to build on his stunning form this season.