Ingwe's Football Operations Manager Tom Juma has stated that his team is keen to play the game on the field.
“We do not want a walkover, we have been preparing the players for this game and we want to play it, we want to work for the points and not get them freely,” Juma told Goal.
“We are also burning to earn revenge, remember they beat us in the first round match [2-1] and we are keen to beat them."
Leopards are keen to bounce back to winning ways after losing to KCB and Gor Mahia in recent matches.
“The outcome of the matches against KCB and Gor Mahia was not good for us, and we want to make things right with a win against Mount Kenya. It will help us in ensuring we surge upwards on the league table.”
AFC Leopards have managed to collect 39 points from 31 matches so far this season.