PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti– Suriname’s SV Robinhood is feeling confident heading into the second leg of its 2019 Scotiabank Concacaf League Preliminary Round series with AS Capoise of Haiti.
The two sides played to a 0-0 draw last week in the first leg in Suriname, and now the team that claimed the 2019 Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield and then won the 2019 Concacaf League playoff feels like it can get the job done on Wednesday night in Haiti.
“It will be a very difficult game for us, but we are very positive,” said Robinhood GK Claidel Kohinor in Tuesday’s pre-match press conference. “We hope to win this game because we are well prepared, even though we had a long journey in coming to Haiti.”
Joining Kohinor was Robinhood Assistant Coach Johan Vorswijk, who believes that the tie will come down to the fitness levels of each team
“We have seen Capoise play, they have a very good team but tomorrow I think the team that is in good shape will win the game,” said Vorswijk.
Fans of Robinhood can also expect little to change from the side that earned a clean sheet last week in the first leg
“We had the draw in our home game and we are convinced that we can win this away game. We will do our best to get a good result. We will have the same tactics in this game. We will play with the same players as the home game in Suriname,” concluded Vorswijk.