Brian Magonya struck late to deny Nicholas Muyoti victory on his touchline debut as Kakamega Homeboyz were held 2-2 by visiting Sofapaka at Bukhungu stadium in Kakamega on Saturday.
Homeboyz then stretched them last weekend before the sugar men prevailed 39-24.
The match will be preceded by the Impala vs Homeboyz match at 2pm at he same venue with both teams chasing a playoff spot.
The sugar millers travel to Mombasa on thebackdrop of their head coach Nicholas Muyoti ditching them for Kakamega Homeboyz and they hope the sudden shift in coaching does not affect their hunt.
Henley du Plessis on the other hand has made two changes from the side that hit Homeboyz last weekend.
After clearing High School in 2016, he signed for Bandari who loaned him out to Kakamega Homeboyz before he was recalled.
Murunga has made four changes to the squad that travelled to Oceania calling up Stanbic Mwamba’s Michael Agevi and Kenya Harlequin’s Herman Humwa, Charles Owino (Homeboyz) and handed a potential debut to Impala Saracens’ Edmund Anya.
The Sarries have 41 points, five ahead of Mwamba with Homeboyz third on 34 points.
Menengai Oilers’ Harold Anduvate and Homeboyz’s Mark Wandetto have been ruled out with injury while Eliakim Kichoi and William Reeve have both been rested.
- Kakamega Homeboyz boss Cleophas Shimanyula blamed FKF president Nick Mwendwa for reluctance in dealing with match-fixing allegations - He said Mwendwa risked a failed re-election if he won't deal with such issues firmly - Shimanyula lamented that the vice was real and affected his club's performance recently - Homeboyz fired coach Paul Nkata over match-fixing claims Kakamega Homeboyz main sponsor Cleophas 'Toto' Shimanyula has challenged Federation of Kenya Football (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa to deal with match-fixing allegations in the country firmly or risk a failed re-election.