Mathare United will be up against AFC Leopards in the FKF Premier League encounter on Wednesday at the Ruaraka Grounds.
United who continue to fight relegation suffered their third consecutive defeat of the league following their 1-0 loss to KCB over the weekend. All eyes will now be on Leopards on Wednesday in their rescheduled KPL match.
Ahead of the clash, Ouna believes for Mathare to stand a chance against Ingwe, his side must be disciplined at the back.
"By all means we have to be solid at the back against Leopards or any other team we face here on out," Ouna told the club's official Facebook page.
"We haven’t been able to do that in our games even though the effort has been there. We just need to dig deeper."
"We tried it in the first game against Leopards but only after they had scored. Now we need to implement the strategy from beginning to end. At 0-0, you are always in with a chance to win."
On Back to back matches
"You can call it a baptism of fire," he said.
"In the space of a month, we will have played five matches against teams looking to win the league. It is somehow overwhelming, but again in such situations is when you know what you are made of."
"We’ve lost those games as most outside the club expected but what they didn’t expect is for us to give each and every team a run for their money. Our performances were worthy of at least a point and gave us the belief that we can pull it off," he added.
A win tomorrow can move Mathare to within four points of safety.