Wadri, who has seven goals to his name so far for Bandari, has warned the visitors to expect nothing in the clash that will pit Bernard Mwalala against his former employers.
“This is Mombasa. They can’t survive here and it doesn’t matter whether we are facing players who once worked under our coach.
"We will take three points from them and the final score will be 2-0,” a confident Wadri told Goal.
Wadri is hoping that he will extend his tally to close in on the target of 10 goals this season.
“Right now am concentrating on achieving my target and with seven games still to go, I believe it’s still possible,” a jovial Wadri affirmed to Goal in an exclusive interview in Mombasa.
Bandari have 48 points, same as Ingwe though the Dockers enjoy a super goal difference.