Coach Francis Kimanzi will make a few changes when Kenya Under 23 team face Mauritius in the second leg of the Afcon qualifier on Sunday.
The junior Harambee Stars side thrashed the visitors 5-0 in the first leg on Wednesday at Kasarani and will most probably qualify for the next round where it will face the winner between Sudan and Seychelles.
Speaking ahead of the match, the tactician says he is satisfied with the way the opening leg was executed.
"I am happy with the outcome, but the job is not yet done yet. We will be going for another win on Sunday. We had 22 players in camp and it was really hard for us to come up with the team that played on Wednesday.
“On Sunday we are going to give those who did not play a chance to show what they can do. The main thing is to have a competitive side that will go all the way, because we really want to qualify for the Afcon and Olympic games."
Sudan and Seychelles settled to a one all draw in the first leg meaning Stars will have to wait until Sunday to know who they will face.