Okouri's 63rd-minute goal sealed Otoho's victory in the CAF Confederation Cup qualifying play-offs match against Gor Mahia in Congo Brazzaville, meaning Gor Mahia had work to do this Sunday in the return leg of the match at Nyayo.
Can Gor Mahia recover from their Confederation Cup defeat? According to Gor's latest reports, they may have to fight for it. Due to the fact that their new signings for the season were not registered for the competition, they only had 16 eligible squad players for their trip to Congo Gor. Looking at the available players for the second leg, Gor may only have 12 fit because Jules Ulimwenga and John Ochieng have been quarantined in Congo for the next eight days due to positive COVID-19 tests, and Harun Shakava may also miss out if his injury near the end of the Otoho clash was serious.
To advance to the next round of the CAF Confederation Cup, Gor must defeat Otoho convincingly next Sunday. The match is scheduled to begin at 1700 EAT. Will Gor be able to turn things around? Please leave your thoughts in the section below.
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