With Uganda Cranes set to play against Comoros at Mandela National Stadium on Sunday, coach Milutin Sledojevic a.k.a Micho has said that the team's current good performace will earn them the three points.
Micho, who was speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, also hailed Dennis Onyango's, maintained better performance, saying "he has has been a shock absorber for the Cranes to earn points from different teams in the group".
Uganda is second with 10 points behind Burkina Faso in group D, but the latter has an added advantage of head to head since the Cranes lost to them during their first meeting in Ougadugiu.
If Uganda Cranes wins this match, it will be the sixth time for the national team to qualify for African Cup Of Nationas (Afcon), since 1978.
AFCON will be hosted by currently war-torn Gabon, next year.