The Alfred Imonje coached side has vowed not to drop points at home and want to start the good run against the visiting Thika side in a league match on Saturday
Imonje, whose side hosts Thika United in Sunday's rescheduled KPL match, said the team has vowed to bring down even top sides when they come visiting.
"This is a vow we have made. We are not dropping any points at home and that includes matches against top sides," he told Goal.com.
Imonje said he is not concerned about the fact that his side lost home and away to Thika last season.
"That result cannot be used to predict our match on Sunday. We are a different team with great expectations."
Thika United coach John Kamau said he is concerned about Muhoroni's self belief and said his team faces a daunting task in their bid to pick all three points away.
“Muhoroni are enjoying a resurgence in form and the proof is their second place on the log. This is something that gives them plenty of self belief and makes our course difficult."
Kamau said he is also concerned about the current weather conditions which he predicts may interfere with his game plan.
“The weather condition is likely to make the pitch unplayable and will certainly affect our game plan. If it rains then that will be worse for us because we are not used to playing in rain. I am one person who believes in letting my players enjoy themselves but the state of the pitch will play a big role in this."
Fixtures: Saturday: Nairobi City Stars v Chemelil Sugar (Hope Centre), Bandari v Sony Sugar (Mbaraki Sports ground).
Sunday: Muhoroni Youth v Thika United (Muhoroni) and KCB v Karuturi Sports (City).