This will be the first time Odera is facing Zoo in a Kenyan Premier League match.
Odera returned to full training with AFC Leopards on Thursday after shaking off a grass burn suffered during Ingwe’s 4-2 defeat at the hands of Tusker two weeks ago.
The former Thika United, Gor Mahia and KCB forward subsequently missed AFC Leopard’s 2-2 draw against Nzoia Sugar last weekend, but he’s now pumped up as he prepares to face off with the 2017 KPL debutantes.
“My dream is to help the team secure a win if given the chance,” Odera told Goal.
“The doctor has done his best to make sure I get back on the pitch, training so far all is well."
AFC Leopards are third on the log with 17 points while Zoo are a place above bottom with only seven points after nine round of matches.