Kitchee Visits Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin Hoping to Ke

The extremely busy Kitchee will embark on its third game within seven days on Saturday afternoon by facing Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin in the BOCG Life Hong Kong Premier League. It will be an away game for Kitchee as the side will travel to Hammer Hill Road Sports Ground for the matchup and kick-off time will be at 2:30pm. Kitchee is currently riding on a two-game unbeaten streak yet the side only finds itself in the middle of the pack in terms of the premier league standing, with seven points from two wins, one draw and one loss. In fact, the reigning premier league champion dropped valuable points in its previous premier league fixture against Dreams Metro Gallery, putting an early dent in its premier league title-chase. There is little doubt that Kitchee will need to find its A-game this weekend against Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin, in order to stay with the rest of the premier league front-runners and to keep its title chase alive. Captain Lo Kwan-yee candidly talks about the team’s general game-plan for this weekend against Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin. “We have performed sub-par when it comes to our finishing recently. In fact, it will not be a stretch to say we were lackluster and this is something that we really need to rectify this weekend,” the Kitchee full-back stated. “Playing away in Hammer Hill Sports Ground will not be an easy task for us, especially given how we like to play with the ball on the ground. However, as long as we can stay patient, be united and take on the opponent with a positive attitude, I am confident that we can come out on top against the home side.” The ever-dangerous Fernando Pedreira believes Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin is a tough opponent to crack and Kitchee can ill-afford to take the opponent lightly. “Glory Sky Wong Tai Sin possesses a difficult matchup and its playing style reminds me of Dreams Metro Gallery, a team that caused us problem previously,” offered the Brazilian. “They have a lot of quality players in the squad such as Mirko Teodorovic and Yuto Nakamura. We need to find a way to neutralize them, try to score the opening goal and if we can do so, I think we can very well come out on top.”