Muhoroni Youth will be without three key players as they take on Bandari at their Muhoroni background this weekend.
Midfielders Daniel Waweru, Ezekiel Otuoma as well as defender Ronald Omino are all injured and will be unavailable for the clash against the port men.
Waweru is nursing an injured toe, Omino picked up an ankle injury against Gor Mahia while Otuoma healing an inflamed thigh.
“They were given a rest by doctor and it is highly unlikely that I will have them in the team over the weekend. However, I am happy because everybody in the team is working hard and replacing them will not be very tough,” Baraza told Goal.
The tactician is hopeful that his side will bounce back from their defeat to Gor Mahia ten days ago, a result that broke Baraza’s unbeaten record at the club.
“Of course it is important that we bounce back. It was a result that we did not like and we lost because of small mistakes defensively. I have tried to work on the weak points and hopefully we will bounce back strong.
“It will be a tough match against a very resilient Bandari side. I know their coach as he coached me during my playing days and I know his tactics. I have tried to work on how we can break that down and I am confident we will have a good result.”