The sugar millers will host the Dockers in the only Kenyan Premier League match this Friday and Bandari are looking to pick themselves up from their last league defeat to AFC Leopards.
Otewa, who had a good game against Nakumatt FC where he provided an assist and created several chances in the Docker 3-2 win, hopes that he will carry on with the same form to help his side come above the Millers. "Sony has a great home advantage, with a great field and impressive previous results. But so are we.
“We have a great record against them in the Awendo Stadium and a great squad. Darius Msagha is back with us as well as Farid Mohammed those are two players, who can turn any game into a classic at any given moment," Otewa told the club website.
“The distance isn't that much of a problem to us, we have an advantage of the SGR and we are much ready to claim maximum points for our fans and win back to back.”
Bandari, who will meet Sony next week for the return fixture, are eighth on the log with 22 points while Sony Sugar are a distant 14th having accumulated only 17 points from 16 games.