The defending champions defeated the Argentine's side 2-1 in the first leg, and they will be needing a win to seal their seventeenth league crown. Zapata says he has faith in his charges, and that he hopes everything will go as planned.
“I usually say this team is one of the biggest in not only Kenya but Africa at large. Against Gor Mahia, we have to show character, we have to push ourselves to the maximum and show we are better. This is a game I believe we can win, we have had an amazing run and confidence is good.
“The determination is there, we lost the first leg and we believe we can do better on Saturday and get a positive outcome,” Zapata told Goal in an interview.
Ingwe have won five league matches in a row, but their last win against Gor Mahia was way back in 2016.