Gor Mahia will not be carried away by the first leg result against Yanga - Dylan Kerr

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Gor Mahia have five points from three games having scored the same number of goals

Gor Mahia will not be carried away by their first leg success against Yanga in a Caf Confederation Cup return leg match, says Coach Dylan Kerr.

Gor Mahia beat the Tanzanian side 4-0 at Kasarani Stadium in the opening leg, but the Briton insists that the result is behind them ahead of Sunday’s reverse fixture.

"Every game is very important for this club that is why we are not thinking about our win at home."

Kerr named a strong 18-man squad that landed in Dar es Salaam on Friday ready to complete the job they started in Nairobi but he remained cautious.

“This (Sunday's Caf match) is going to be different and difficult because Young Africans will want to win by all cost."

K’Ogalo are placed second and two points behind Group leaders USM Alger and maximum points will book them a place in the quarter-finals. Gor Mahia have five points from three games having scored the same number of goals.

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