Nyaudo says the soldiers have nothing to lose since they have already suffered four league defeats hence the pressure will be on the champions, who will be keen to remain unbeaten.
“We have tasted defeat and we have drawn in the last four matches. Somehow, that eases pressure on us whereas for them, they want to keep their unbeaten run so they will be under pressure to protect that.
“The fact that they haven’t lost so far in the season makes them favorites but we will also go out there to play,” Nyaudo told the club's official website.
Nyaudo also says they have prepared well and are ready to battle Gor Mahia. “We are on for a very tough game, but we are ready for it.
"We have prepared well and the mood in camp is great; there is no better challenge for my players than the prospect of facing the champions so my promise is we will have a good game out there on Saturday.”