Baraza is hoping to repeat the same feat that saw him beat Nzoia Sugar last time on, when they take on Vihiga.
Vihiga in the meantime, heads to the tie with a dented ego after bowing out to AFC Leopards by a solitary goal last weekend.
Despite heading in the tie with the psychological edge over their next opponents, Baraza says it will be a tough match for his team.
"Remember this is a very young and inexperienced side that was formed a couple of months ago, but the development has been astonishing.
"The match against Vihiga is like a derby. We want to get those bragging rights as well. We have a young but talented squad.
"Vihiga will be desperate for a win after their loss last weekend, but I am optimistic we can get a positive result," Baraza told Goal.
The first leg between the two sides ended one all.