The mailmen suffered an embarrassing 5-0 defeat when the two sides clashed in the Kenyan Premier League outing two months ago. The former international defender is optimistic that this time round history will not repeat itself.
“This is a knockout competition, so we definitely stand a chance against them (Gor Mahia), it is up to us to give as much as we receive. We are prepared, and I know we have what it takes to sail through. The truth is a lot has changed from the last game, and we have learnt a lot since then.
“Yes, we were one man down, but we did not compete, this time that is not going to be the case,” Omollo told Goal.
AFC Leopards will take on Mwatate FC in another Shield Cup match on Wednesday.