The two sides will come face to face at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru and coach Nkata has pledged a cautious approach to the fixture. The Ugandan, who took over the coaching reigns after guiding Tusker to the title last year, has described Ulinzi Stars as a strong team.
"The match against Ulinzi Stars will be a tough one given that the opponents are soldiers and hence battled hardened. However, like any other game we will approach it as a final. To us every match is a final. The Kenya Premier League is very competitive."
Nkata rued injuries of Edwin Lavatsa and Enock Agwanda and the duo’s possibility of featuring during Sunday’s clash depends on the outcome of the report by the Team Doctor. Lavatsa missed the match against Muhoroni Youth while Agwanda featured but picked muscles injury.
The match has drawn a lot of interest among football fans and is promising to be an explosive affair as the two teams seek to ganner three vital points with Bandari seeking to reclaim their lead at the summit of the table and Ulinzi Stars seeking to secure second win in the league.