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Caf Confederation Cup: The key players for Gor Mahia against Yanga

2:32 PM MYT 28/07/2018
Gor Mahia players Ephraim Guikan Tuyisenge v AFC Leopards.
Yanga will welcome Kenyan side Gor Mahia in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, with an aim of overturning the 4-0 lose suffered in the first leg in Kenya

  • Shaban Odhoji.

    #1 Shaban Odhoji

    The custodian was excellent in the first leg against Yanga, collecting everything thrown to him with ease. He never fumbled and had perfect communication with his defenders to ensure he does not leak. With first choice Boniface Oluoch conceding cheap goals, coach Dylan Kerr might just stick with this keeper, who has a point to prove.

  • Gor Mahia captain Haron Shakava

    #2 Harun Shakava

    Shakava's leadership at the back has been excellent, he has managed to keep the team intact despite the departure of Musa Mohammed. He is committed to the team and his approach has endeared him to the fans. One thing he has to do is to ensure he does everything possible to stop the opponents from bringing the ball into the danger zone.

  • Philemon Otieno of Gor Mahia.J

    #3 Philemon Otieno

    Otieno has been a perfect replacement whenever he is called into action, to cover for any unavailable colleague. Once again he will be the main man in the midfield and his partnership with Humphrey Mieno has to work. The main job for the player will be forming that link from the back all the way to the attacking department.

  • Humphrey Mieno of Gor Mahia v Pius Buswita of Yanga Tanzania

    #4 Humphrey Mieno

    He was the man of the match in the first leg, providing two assists for the Ivorian Ephram Guikan. All eyes will be on him once again, and the impact he will have on Sunday's match. His experience will be vital for the Kenyan champions, who are determined to make history by qualifying to the quarter-finals of the competition.

  • Gor Mahia striker Jacques Tuyisenge v AFC Leopards.

    #5 Jacques Tuyisenge

    The Rwandan striker, despite scoring once, played a vital role in the first leg especially in the first forty-five minutes to help his team get the much needed win. His terrorizing pace was too much for the Tanzanian outfit and at the end of the day panic crept into its players especially at the back. He will be aiming at doing even better in the second leg.

  • Ephraim Guikan of Gor Mahia v AFC Leopards.

    #6 Ephram Guikan

    The Ivorian striker is slowly proving his worth with the Kenyan champions. He could have easily won the man of the match award in the first leg, owing to his output and the two goals he scored. If he gets into the perfect shape, then Meddie Kagere's name will not be worth mentioning but he has to continue giving his best consistently.