Dylan Kerr may once again rotate his squad when Gor Mahia takes on Kariobangi Sharks as the Briton plans to wade through a congested fixture in August.
With 10 matches lined up for the defending champions this month alone, Kerr will have to come up with proper plans to help his players avoid burnout with a busy schedule ahead.
K’Ogalo flew to Kisumu on Wednesday morning for the midweek match set to be staged at Moi Stadium and the team is expected to return to Nairobi in the evening to kick off preparations for the weekend action against Nakumatt.
The match comes barely two days after Gor Mahia were involved in another high profile match in Tanzania where they played Yanga in the Caf Confederation Cup.
Kerr says remained optimistic that he will pick his 17th win of the season after 21 rounds of matches.
"Everyone is fit and ready to play. No injury concerns as it stands," Kerr told Goal.
"I might do some changes in the team. I have faith in all my players and when they get an opportunity they always deliver.
“Every match is harder for us; no side makes it easy for us because they always aim at winning against us.
Gor Mahia are top of the log with 52 points, 12 more than second-placed Sofapaka who have played three more games.