Tusker FC defender Levin Opiyo is sure his team will win both the league and the cup, with both trophies currently within grasp.

The Brewers lead the FKF Premier League standings by one point with four games remaining and are in the FKF Cup final.

They will face Kakamega Homeboyz in the cup final and can strengthen their grip on the league title battle when they meet second-placed Gor Mahia FC this Sunday.  

"I've been working hard, and the rewards are still coming." I'm feeling great, and I have faith in my teammates. We will have a good match in the final and come out on top.

"When I first joined the team, I said this is the task I had--to help the team--and I had to go for it, and I believe the trophies are on their way," Opiyo explained.

Eric Otieno, who scored the game-winning goal against Ulinzi Stars in the cup semi-finals, is looking forward to his first career major final versus Homeboyz.

"I feel good, and it's always a plus when you gel with the team and even score the game-winning goal in a crucial moment of the game."

"It was a thing I was looking forward to - scoring and maintaining the momentum of scoring in the Cup competition - a goal to come, and so it's a plus to my career because this will be my first time playing in a final and it will also add something to my career," Otieno added.

Tusker was also the last team to win the double in 2016 under coach Paul Nkata.