The Kenyan champions have been in an excellent form both domestically and abroad this season. However, the club’s deputy Secretary General Ronald Ngala says, against Hull, the main thing will be exposure.
"This is an important match to us, our players because they have an opportunity to learn something. It will also present a perfect platform for them to show what they can give, and who knows, they might impress the scouts from the visiting team.
“We believe that if we manage to give our team a challenge like the one on Sunday, it will be better and well equipped to do better,” Ngala told Goal.
Former Manchester United player Fraizer Campbell will lead Hull City squad that will face Gor Mahia.
A product of Man United's youth academy, Campbell, who has previously played for, Royal Antwerp, Tottenham, Sunderland, Cardiff City and Crystal Palace, is among the 18 players named by coach Nigel Adkins for the tour of Kenya.
After the Hull City friendly, Gor Mahia will turn their focus to Caf Confederation Cup where they will host USM Algers from Algeria on Wednesday.
Hull City squad: 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 and Jon Toral.