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GASOGI United are keen on victory against Aspor when the two sides meet on Sunday as they seek to tighten their grip at the top of Group A table in the second division football league.
The game starts 3:30pm, at Kicukiro Stadium.
Marcel Lomami's youthful side will be looking to bounce back to their winning ways after being held by lowly Rugende last weekend.
Ahead of Sunday's match-day 21 fixtures, Gasogi and Vision FC are joint leaders of the group with 49 points, a whopping 16 points ahead of third-placed Vision Jeunesse Nouvelle and Sorwathe who complete top four - both level at 33.
Regardless of how the two sides, Gasogi and Vision, perform in their last two games, they have booked their tickets in the playoffs where eight teams - four from Group A and four of Group B - will be tussling it out for two spots to the 2019/2020 Azam Rwanda Premier League.
Speaking to Sunday Sport yesterday, Gasogi head coach Lomami said: "We want to win our remaining (two) fixtures and advance to the playoffs as group leaders, which would hand us a relatively easier path in the knock-outs."
"Our ultimate target is to earn promotion to topflight league next season."
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