K’Ogalo will play their second match in less than four days at Kasarani, where they registered their first victory in Caf Confederation Cup against Yanga on Wednesday.
Having endured a vigorous two-week show at the just concluded Cecafa Kagame Cup in Tanzania, Gor Mahia was left with a number of casualties.
Among the injured are Ernest Wendo, George Odhiambo and goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch, who picked a knock a few hours before the Yanga match.
“Fatigue is there, but that is not a big issue. I hope the coach will be able to rotate the squad,” Shakava said in a post-match press conference on Friday.
Gor Mahia are enjoying a 14 point difference between them and fifth-placed AFC Leopards, with three games at hand.