AFC Leopards chairman Dan Mule is confident beating Ingwe in second leg will be a tall order.
The twelve times league champions have recruited six key players as they restructure following a wanting first half of the season. Mule says the team is so much into the race for glory, and the fans should rally behind it. "Players we have signed already proves that we are serious on returning to the summit of Kenyan football.
"They are experienced and have great potential to help us grow and most importantly dominate. We want to be competitive in all fronts and we are almost there. We are coming back stronger, and I am sure teams will find it hard to beat us especially in the second leg."
Ingwe have signed Musa Mudde, Keziron Kizito, Victor Majjid, Alexis Kitenge, Ray Omondi, Aziz Okaka and released Charles Bruno, Paul Kiongera, Bernard Mang'oli and Gilbert Fiamenyo.
AFC Leopards are currently placed 12th on the log with a total of 16 points, and they will face Kariobangi Sharks this weekend.