Although, bettered only by Plateau United in the Nigeria Professional Football League standings, the Olukoya Boys have raised concerns with their form away from home.
And they travel to the Sani Abacha Stadium to trade tackles with Sai Masu Gida on Sunday. The former Partizani Tirana midfielder is confident they will leave Kano with at least a draw.
"We are going to Kano Pillars with positive mindset. We have been working very hard after the game against Shooting Stars and I believe by the grace of God we can get a point there at least," Oshobe told Goal.
"On our away form, we have been working on the lapses and I'm very sure we will from this coming game do better and do very well than the last game against Lobi Stars."