“Our target is to make it to the next round so we shall give our best shot in the first leg. It will not be easy against a strong Ugandan team. They are very physical but we shall give the game our 100 per cent,” he added.
Nshuti launched the goal harvest in the 5-0 routing of Mauritius and the Rayon Sport midfielder is buoyant of a convincing result against their neighbours.
The Junior Wasps is under the technical guidance of Jean Baptiste Kayiranga and Vincent Mashami, who will be relying on teenage sensations such as Kevin Muhire and Jabel Imanishimwe who have been outstanding form table toppers Rayon Sport in the domestic top flight.
Marines’ striker Blaise Itangishaka and the Kiyovu pair of goalkeeper Bonheur Hategekimana and forward Yamini Salum are some notable faces that feature in the topflight.
This will be second time the regional rivals are facing off in the qualifiers of a major continental championship, after Uganda won 4-1 on aggregate in the U-23 AFCON qualifiers last year.