Kenya suffered a 2-0 defeat away in Khartoum and despite the daunting task awaiting them in the return leg, coach Kimanzi has refused to write off their chances.
The coach is confident of a positive result ahead of the clash set for the Kasarani Stadium and insists they were unlucky to lose in Sudan.
“We still have a chance on Tuesday despite the two-goal deficit and I am confident that we will get a positive result.
“It’s a game that I think we were unlucky not to have picked up something. We gave out our all and I believe we should have had a better result.”
The winner of the clash between Kenya and Sudan will tackle Libya or Nigeria in the third and final qualifying round. The winner of the third-round will book a place in the Africa U-23 Cup of Nations set for Egypt in November.
The competition will act as a qualifier to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Japan.