•The game will be played at the Borg El Arab Stadium on Friday at 8 pm (EAT).
•“I am confident we will have a plan to exploit their weaknesses and advance to the next stage," Kibwana remarked.
Kenya's representatives, Tusker, face an uphill task in their bid to progress to the next stage of the CAF Champions League after their 1-0 home loss to Egyptian giants Zamalek.
However, skipper Eugene Asike said they will use their first leg experience to turn the tide in Alexandria.
"We picked up some good lessons and we rectified our mistakes when we returned to training (on Monday), "Asike said prior to the brewers' departure on Tuesday morning.
The burly defender added: "We did not utilise the few chances we got in the first leg. In a game of this magnitude, we need to utilise them. We need to focus on our positives. We have worked on how we can create more chances and score goals."
New signing Shami Kibwana was equally bullish ahead of the tie where coach Robert Matano's charges need at least two unanswered goals to advance to the next stage.
"Saturday's game was a good one even though it had its challenges. We saw our weaknesses. Even though we conceded, our main undoing was not scoring. The loss was a bitter pill to swallow but it has pulled us together as a team," he said.
“I am confident we will have a plan to exploit their weaknesses and advance to the next stage."
The game will be played at the Borg El Arab Stadium on Friday at 8 pm (EAT).