DPMM FC will be looking to avenge their recent league loss to Home United FC in the first of a two-legged tie in the RHB Singapore Cup at the Bishan Stadium tonight.
With the Brunei-based side not featuring in the league until next month, DPMM FC will be focused on extending their cup success by booking another final date.
DPMM FC head coach Steve Kean has revenge in his mind as he seeks to “patch things up where they went wrong and work on things that went right”.
Kean attributed the defeat in the recent home loss to a lack of communication and good movement from Home United.
“The lead is getting narrower. It’s tough to take, especially since it was the first home game after a long break”, said Kean.
DPMM FC lost 2-1 to Home United in their last meeting in the league at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium.