Kabras Sugar make up to three changes from the side that beat Nakuru RFC to the team to play Mombasa on game week 4.
Hosea Ngesa starts ahead of Asuman Mugerwa. Hillary Odhiambo replaces Steve Oluoch at lock to pair Andrew Chogo.
Kenya Simbas international George Nyambua, who started in the win over Nakuru, drops to the bench as Messo Okello comes in alongside David Amboso who comes in for Kelvin Kabole.
Head coach Charles Cardovillis is looking ahead to bagging five points as the league reaches quarter way. "We will definitely be looking for the 5 points. Every point counts in this race, especially since we are looking to get a home semi and final."
They face a Mombasa side that is yet to win a game after going down to Impala, Blak Blad and Nondies. "Yes, we are favourites but we are not underestimating them at all. They are playing at home and will get better with every game," Cardovillis told Raga House.
"We are trying to keep it fresh bearing in mind the long travel but at the same time maintaining the squad to as close as possible to last weekend´s to ensure continuity. It will be good to see how the players react to reversed roles, from bench to starting and vice versa."
Keegan starts at 10 with Felix Ayange and Aluda Beda on the wings while the midfield has Johnston Mungau and Jacob Okumba.
Joining Nyambua on the bench is Joseph Odero, Geoffrey Shitambasi, Ivan Kirabo, Malik Habil and Fabian Olando.
Kabras: 1. Hosea Ngesa 2. Colman Were 3. Bramwel Mayaka 4. Andrew Chogo 5. Hillary Odhiambo 6. Messo Okello 7. David Amboso 8. Max Adaka 9. Dominic Osino 10. Kevin Keegan 11. Felix Ayange 12. Johnston Mungau 13. Jacob Okumba 14. Aluda Beda 15. Andrew Gathua
Finishers: 16. Geoffrey Shitambasi 17. Asuman Mugerwa 18. Joseph Odero 19. George Nyambua 20. Kelvin Kabole 21. Ivan Kirabo 22. Fabian Olando 23. Habil Malika