Paarwater remains confident the team will keep its unbeaten run intact and expects a better game compared to last weekend's home tie against Senegal where Kenya won 45-25 although the head coach was hugely disappointed with the West Africans' tact of slowing down the game.
"We couldn't get going, unfortunately there wasn't much we could do, but when it opened up we made in our tries. I am happy with five points but not happy with the game," he added.
Saturday's victory took Kenya to second behind log leaders Namibia with a two point buffer and they remain unbeaten in the opening three games, having drawn 33-33 with Uganda and beating Tunisia for a record 100-10 score in the second game.
Paarwater's plot to reclaim the African Gold Cup that Kenya last won in 2013, will hugely hinge on the results they pick up over the next two weeks beginning this weekend when they play Zimbabwe in Harare.
Leaders Namibia will be away to Uganda in Kampala and if the Rugby Cranes can pick up a win at their Kyadondo Club base and Kenya beats Zimbabwe, then leadership will exchange hands.