The Soldiers have won five matches, drawn three times and lost twice and they have eighteen points in the third position. After a hard fought victory against Sofapaka on Wednesday, head coach Benjamin Nyangweso is now eyeing another victory against the Awasi-based side.
"Muhoroni Youth are a good side, we all know that, they have good and hardworking players with a good coach, so it is definitely going to be a tough match. But we are confident we can get something from it if we just play the way we have done in the past two games."
"Sofapaka was a tough one, they played long balls, and made it a little hard for us, but our determination helped us win," he told Goal.
Muhoroni Youth have been inconsistent this season, after two wins, four draws and four losses, they are in the 14th position with ten points.