The youngster was excellent in the first leg, did absolutely everything to ensure Gor Mahia did not concede. The job is not yet done; he has to be alert for the entire ninety minutes to help his side progress to the next round of the competition. Odhiambo has to effectively command his defense and ensure there are no mistakes that might come back to haunt the team.
Shakava led by example in the first leg, he was ruthless and aggressive in equal measure and at the end of the game his team had a goal and a clean sheet. It is a tough assignment away; he has to do better to stop the hosts from getting something that might jeopardize the team's chances of making it to the next stage.
All hopes of a positive outing lies with this star, he is there to ensure the team keeps shape from defense to attack. As usual, the main job will be to provide cover for his team and ensure he stops every attack channeled through the midfield. It is a job he has done before and he knows what should be done.
- Goal Kenya.
Came as a second half substitute and changed the game in favour of the Kenyan champions during the first leg. With striker Jacques Tuyisenge out, he might be drafted into the starting line-up and he will have to use his pace as well as dribbling skills to perfection.
- Vipers SC.
The Ugandan made his debut in the first leg and was quite impressive despite the fact that he did not score. Well, he has to show why K’Ogalo signed him by hitting the back of the net on Wednesday as well as create chances for his teammates.