Midfielder Francis Kahata remains doubtful due to the uncertainty surrounding his move to Algerian champions CS Constantine while striker Jacques Tuyisenge is available after being sidelined with an injury.
Gor, who are unbeaten in four games against Zoo, will miss the services of injured Rwandese import Jacques Tuyisenge.
Gor made a couple of changes ahead of their away trip, with midfield maestro Francis Kahata missing the encounter alongside Kenneth Muguna and Jacques Tuyisenge.
Prior to kick off, Gor made three changes from the squad which started in Nairobi with Oluoch replacing Peter Odhiambo between the posts while Samuel Onyango and Francis Mustafa were deployed in places of injured Kenneth Muguna and Jacques Tuyisenge.
Related Content LIVE: Gor Mahia takes on Nyasa Big Bullets in Caf tie The result seemed harsh to the Malawians who had dominated the proceedings from start to finish with Gor Mahia clearly missing the services of potent striker Jacques Tuyisenge, his Ivorian Partner Ephrem Ghuikan and Kenyan midfield maestro Francis Kahata who sat out of this match for various reasons.
K’Ogalo will do without the services of three regular players namely creative midfielder Francis Kahata, strikers Jacques Tuyisenge and Ephrem Guikan.
The duo of Kenneth Muguna and Jacques Tuyisenge, who picked injuries in the first leg were left behind as influential play maker Francis Kahata also missed out of the 18-man playing unit.
Nizigiyimana's exit means Gor now has five foreigners namely Rwandese Jacques Tuyisenge, Burundian Francis Mustafa, Ugandans Shafik Batambuze and Erisa Ssekisambu as well as Ivorian striker Ephrem Guikan.
Gor Mahia stand-in coach Zedekiah 'Zico' Otieno is hopeful his lead striker Jacques Tuyisenge will be fit for their crunch Caf Champions League preliminary round second leg away to Malawi's Nyasa Big Bullets at the Kamuzu Banda stadium, christened slaughterhouse, next Wednesday.
In all honesty, Zedekiah “Zico” Otieno’s charges looked disjointed in attack and Jacques Tuyisenge’s injury only made things worse for them.