For their fifth Group D tie against Zamalek, K’ Ogalo will have to face the match with less two key players.
The Kenya Premier League champions are in Cairo to confront the Egyptian monsters in an absolute necessity win Caf Confederation Cup coordinate yet mentor Hassan Oktay will miss the administrations of striker Dennis Oliech (damage) and Ugandan safeguard Shafik Batambuze (boycott).
Coach for Gor Mahia Hassan Oktay has affirmed the most recent advancement. “Dennis (Oliech) is got a major thump while Batambuze won’t play,” Oktay in an interview.
Batambuze was among the five K’Ogalo players, who were reserved amid their 1-0 thrashing to Hussein Dey in Algeria.
The thrashing at the Stade 5 Juillet 1962 Stadium, saw Gor Mahia lose their spot at the summit of the Group while Zamalek’s indistinguishable 1-0 away win over Petro Atletico of Angola, tossed the gathering’s capability for the quarter-finals wide open with two matches to go.
Oktay demands that despite everything they get an opportunity to make things directly against Zamalek. “We have another immense undertaking in front of us and I have requested that my players stay centered. We got an opportunity to get a success or if nothing else an attract Algeria however it never worked out.