The Tigers will battle it out with the Kenyan champions at Kasarani Stadium and outstanding K'Ogalo players will have a chance of joining Hull City ranks.
Hull City director of partnership Andrew Stead has confirmed that the Tigers’ technical bench will be scouting for talents during the game.
“We would like to see what their players have in terms of talent. If they impress us, we can see how to work closely with Gor Mahia and incorporate them into our set up.”
The Tigers have also lined up activities in the country with players and staff expected to witness the work of several community projects in areas such as the Kibera slum.
Hull City contingent led by Coach Nigel Adkins are expected in the country early on Saturday.
Full squad to Kenya: David Marshall, Callum Burton, Dan Batty, Jarrod Bowen, Fraizer Campbell, Billy Chadwick, Max Clark, Adam Curry, Nouha Dicko, Evandro, Brandon Fleming, Tyler Hamilton, Will Keane, Stephen Kingsley, Robbie McKenzie, Tom Powell, Kevin Stewart, Jon Toral.