Gor Mahia will play Otoho D'Oyo in the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup group qualification play-offs in Congo Brazzaville. Gor Mahia have had plenty of time to prepare for the match after the league was suspended by the caretaker FKF committee. A win would put them in a better position to advance to the group stages of the Confederation Cup, as they did in 2019.
Harun Shakava was wary of Otoho, but promised results. "[Otoho visit]If we get good results away, it will be so good for us when we come back for the return leg at home. At home, we will have the fans and we will be familiar with everything. They are more experienced than us in CAF competition if you look closely, and they have also maintained their players. "It is a big team and the majority of their players have matured in the game if you compare them with us, who have very few players with CAF experience,"
Gor Mahia has long been regarded as one of Kenya's best football clubs, and we should all take our time today at 1730 EAT to watch our boys' "victory" over Otoho at home.
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