While explaining that the Chemelil Sugar draw was a great motivator, Salim is aware of Gor Mahia’s capabilities and he admits that his boys have to change their playing style in order to battle for ‘good result’.
"The draw against Chemelil Sugar was a boost for the team in terms of morale. We know Gor Mahia is a good team. They have quality players both in their starting lineup and on the bench. We will certainly have a different approach for this game.
"We have a young team and every match is part of their learning process. They have looked sharp in training and we are looking forward to tomorrow's game with renewed hope," he told the club's official facebook page.
He has named his traveling squad for the match whose kick-off is 2:00pm as per adjustments made by Kenyan Premier League Limited ahead of the encounter.
The squad: Levis Opiyo, Wycliffe Kasaya, Andrew Juma, Lennox Ogutu, George Owino (C), Abubakar Keya, David Owino, David Mwangi, Martin Ongori, Roy Okal, Tyson Odhiambo, Tyson Otieno, Crispin Oduor, Daniel Mwaura, Harrison Mwendwa, Cliff Nyakeya, Ronald Okoth, Derrick Onyango.