The Belgian tactician aims at assisting the defending champions win their seventh successive league game

Simba SC head coach Patrick Aussems has revealed he will employ distinctive techniques when his group play Mwadui in the Tanzania Mainland League match on Wednesday.

The defending champions are in an superb type obtaining won their opening six games in the major tier, and in spite of playing fewer games, they have opened a 5-point gap at the major of the table. Simba are aiming at producing it seven wins in a row, but the Belgian is conscious it will not be an straightforward process.

“We will have to apply a distinctive strategy against [Mwadui],” Aussems told journalists.

“They are a very good group and they will be aiming at downing us. We can not afford to underrate them. For instance, everyone anticipated us to have it straightforward against Singida United, but we toiled to get a win, so Wednesday’s game will even be tougher.”

The tactician hopes the players will have it straightforward on the surface to allow them to show what he terms as attractive football.

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“Against Singida, the pitch was not friendly and the players struggled to play. I think it will be distinctive against Mwadui, we want to entertain our fans and win in style,” Aussems concluded.

No side has ever won seven matches in a row in the Tanzania major tier, but Wekundu wa Msimbazi may well accomplish the fete.