Ulinzi Stars coach Salim Ali says they are well armed and equipped to collect maximum points when they play away to Western Stima at Bukhungu Stadium on Sunday.
Ali believes the army men, who depart for Kakamega on Saturday, have the mentle strength required to carry the day.
“We have had very good preparations the whole of this week and we have been boosted by the arrival of our players who have been on military training. We have perfected the loopholes we had during the Sofapaka match and we are ready for Stima,” Salim told the club's official website.
“This will be a different team which requires a different strategy. I would like the players to maintain the same form they showed against Sofapaka last weekend but work on the tactical approach we have for this away game."
“We played really well against Sofapaka and we were only unlucky not to score."
Ulinzi sit third on the KPL log with four points after two matches, same with Sofapaka. A win against Stima in Bukhungu, will boost their bid to stay top in the table for as long as they can.
Last year, they failed to earn a point in Bukhungu after losing 1-0, something the team is keen on correcting.