Oilers coach Gibson Weru is banking on his young side to deliver once again against Kenya Harlequins when the two sides meet on Saturday 16 at the RFUEA.
The Nakuru based outfit and Kenya cup newcomers recorded a shocking 14-8 against Quins at the ASK grounds four months ago and they will be looking to replicate the performance when they travel to the capital to face the Charles Cardovillis coached side.
Weru well knows the threat that Quins posses, standing third on the log and having easily seen off many of their opponents. He expects Quins to come breathing into the clash breathing fire and revenge but he says his team is ready for the onslaught.
“Its going to be a tough fixture because we beat them at Home. They will want to revenge the loss and they have quality players all over but that will not deter us from coming here and looking for points.” Weru said in an interview.
“We have a young and exciting side, over the weeks they have proved that they are learning very fast. We hope for positive result.”