•Bankers won three meetings against Quins last season.
• Runers up Kabras Sugar meet Mwamba at the Railway Club.
Kenya Cup champions KCB make the short trip to Ngong Road to face Quins at the RFUEA ground in the highlight match of the Kenya Cup today.
The bankers began their campaign with a powerful 48-11 statement over Western Bulls while Quins lost 26-13 to Homeboyz last weekend.
Quins coach Dominique Habimana has made four changes for the showdown. Star flyhalf Eden Agero and fullback Lyle Asiligwa return for this high profile fixture alongside Pius Shiundu and Jacob Okumba, who come in for Iddi Kakai and Dennis Otieno.
Veteran Patrice Agunda starts at inside centre in one positional change for the hosts.
Habimana said they must be disciplined and ensure the side does not give away penalties and as well must match the big KCB forwards upfront.
"It will be a tough game. We have learnt our lessons from last week's game against Homeboyz. We know what KCB can do and we must negate their strengths and execute well in both attack and defence,” added Habimana
On their part, KCB winger Darwin Mukidza, who played his first Kenya Cup match since March, drops to the ESS squad with regular and fast-rising Isaac Njoroge starting at fullback.
KCB head coach Curtis Olago named Peter Kilonzo and Brian Omondi at midfield replacing George Maranga and Elphas Adunga while Collins Wanjala is replaced by Kenya U20 international Mike Kimwele at the left-wing.
Fly-half Ahmed Shaban, scrum-half Samuel Asati and hooker Griffin Musila take up Stephen Osumba, Felix Wanjala and George Asin’s places.
The two sides met three times last season with the bankers winning all the encounters, 23-13, 24-10 in the pool stages and 46-13 in the semi-final.
Last season's runners up Kabras Sugar make their first foray to the capital when they take on Mwamba at the Railway Club.
Impala host Blak Blad, Nakuru entertain Homeboyz at the Nakuru Athletic Club, Western Bulls host high-flying Menengai Oilers as Kisumu face Nondies.
All matches will kick off at 4 pm.
Fans of Impala and Quins will also get a chance to watch the Rugby World Cup final on big screens pitting England and the Springboks from 12 pm.