•The two sides played to a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the preliminary round tie in Djibouti, last Saturday.
•Tusker skipper Asike believes they can pull off an impressive outcome after sizing up their opponents in their first clash a week ago.
Tusker FC head coach Robert Matano believes they have gathered sufficient ammunition to devour Djibouti's Arta Solar 7 in the second leg of the Caf Champions League preliminary round tie set for Nyayo Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
And despite coming up against a squad that boasts of world-class quality in former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song and former West Ham striker Diafra Sakho, Matano says he is not quacking in the boots ahead of the encounter.
"The entire squad trained today. All players are in good condition save for Ibrahim Joshua, who received a knock in the first leg of the encounter. But he is picking up quite well," Matano said after a training session on Friday morning.
"With our full squad we can now plan well for the match and can easily decide who starts and who remains on the bench."
"Now we are at home and have already taken a good rest. The players are psyched up for the match and are looking to secure maximum points."
Matano insists his charges should have picked up a better scoreline when the sides flexed muscles in Djibouti last week, had jet lag not taken a big toll on their performance.
"We could have played much better in Djibouti but we were tired after the long journey. Worst still, we only traveled with 19 players and therefore it was a little bit hectic coming up with a strong lineup."
Tusker skipper Eugene Asike said nothing will stop them from jutting out all their claws in the do-or-die tie.
"We have had a good training week and we are looking forward to Saturday's game. I believe it's a good team. We are playing Solar as a team. We are not playing Alex Song or Diafra Sakho as individuals. We've been planning for the team, not any of their individual players," said Asike.
Asike believes they can pull off an impressive outcome after sizing up their opponents in the first clash a week ago.
"I believe going into tomorrow's game now that we've already played our opponents we now have our work cut out, we know how to approach the game much better.
"We didn't know much about our opponents when we played them in the first match but we picked up a few things that I believe will help us in Saturday's match. We're going out there with a positive attitude," said Asike.
The two sides played to a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the preliminary round tie in Djibouti, last Saturday.