Magonya suffered a knee injury in late 2016 while Okoti picked a knock while in training ahead of Batoto ba Mungu’s match against Tusker.
The club have revealed through their official website that, Magonya will not feature against Zoo Kericho since he needs to be fit before taking to the pitch while Okoti's chances of featuring are high as confirmed by one of their physiotherapists Ambrose Oriko.
"He (Okoti) is progressing well. He can now make runs and some strong physicals unlike before, he might even be available to play the next game," Oriko said. Okoti is also confident of returning to the squad in few days time. "I'm improving and I feel better than last week. I believe I will be very fine within few days."
Other players on the doctor's list are Mohammed 'Master' Kilume (contusion hamstring) and Jaffar Salim Gichuki (Medial Collateral Ligament).