Bandari coach doubtful over duo's readiness for second leg

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Coach Paul Nkata keeps the fingers crossed as two of his key players could miss start of the second leg in Kenyan league

Bandari coach Paul Nkata is unsure of the availability of two of his key strikers ahead of the second leg.

Striker Edwin Lavatsa and Enock Agwanda had been on the treatment room prior to the league break, and Nkata, who won the league title last term with Tusker, is crossing his fingers that the duo may be fit ahead of schedule. “They are still out and I don’t think they’ll be available by the time the second leg begins.

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“Agwanda (Enock) has a muscle injury while Lavatsa has a tendon problem,”Nkata told Goal.

At the same time, the soft spoken trainer has revealed that he is targeting to add three players to his squad. “I am looking for an attacking midfielder and a striker. At most, I will take just three players.”

Bandari are placed eighth on the log on 18 points from 13 matches.

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