Sharks will be without three key players; full back, Bolton Omwenga, midfielder Michael Misigo and Erick Juma in the return fixture at Mbaraki Stadium.
Despite the trio’s absence, Kariobangi Sharks, who sit fifth, three places and a point above Bandari on the log, are optimistic of a positive outing in the Coastal City.
“The team looks motivated ahead of our coastal trip,” confirmed a post on the club’s official page.
Captain Juma has been sidelined with a nagging injury the whole of the first half of the season and he is unlikely to feature in league matches this campaign.
Sharks are looking to complete a double over Bandari whom they stunned by a solitary goal in the first leg match held on May 13.
A win for Bandari though will propel Paul Nkata charges to top five on 33 points.