The two sides are separated by only five points in the Kenyan Premier League standings with Gor Mahia the best placed side. But Bandari, who beat league leaders Tusker 1-0 in their last match, is is currently enjoying a better form than K’Ogalo who has only won one of their last three fixtures and conceding five goals compared to Nkata side boasting of two wins in two games and only one goal conceded.
“We expect a better game against Gor Mahia. We are not going to underestimate or overrate them,” said Nkata, who stung defending champions, Tusker 1-0 last weekend in Kinoru.
“We expect a good game but the entertainment part of it will depend with the playing surface," Nkata told Goal.
Gor Mahia knocked out Nairobi Water 3-1 at Thika Stadium in the round of 64 but drew 2-2 with Ulinzi Stars while Bandari bundled out Uwezo Academy with a similar score line at Machakos Stadium before stunning Tusker 1-0.