Late last week , there were rumours that Ivorian striker Ephrem Guikan would not travel to Pretoria after he picked up a collar bone injury and missed several training sesssions. But coach Kerr has sought to allay those fears.
“Guikan is fit and ready to play,” Kerr told goal.com on Saturday.
As was the case against Esperance, Kogalo will be facing a team whose budget is several times larger.
“We have done our best since the Esperance match in Tunis; that was a great display considering the resources and everything that that club (Esperance) has.” continued Kerr
However unlike the Esperance encounter, Gor Mahia will be well rested having not played a match in almost a week.
“My players have shown good attitude after losing the match and we carry that positive attitude to Pretoria.”
Supersport scoreless again
If Kogalo have been finding difficulty in scoring then so are Supersport. They were held to 0-0 by Capetown City in an Absa Premiership match at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday . Their second succesive scoreless draw. The draw sees the Matsatsantsa remain on the 14th on the league standings just two points above relegation
The return match will be played at 8pm EAT Wednesday at the Lucas Moripe Stadium in Pretoria