The Coast-based outfit have been doing well of late, managing to collect 10 points from possible 15 in the initial five league matches. The Ugandan is however cautious ahead of the match considering it is away.
"Last weekend we had a good game and managed maximum points, we played well but that now gone. Our main focus is on Chemelil Sugar game, it is definitely going to be tough considering it is an away match, but we have prepared well, the team is in a great shape.
"We will tread cautiously but the objective will be three points, if we win that will be great for us," he told Goal.
Chemelil Sugar are placed on the 17th position after managing two wins, two draws and a single loss.