The 11-times Kenyan Premier League champions are aiming at getting positive result at home to stand a chance of progressing to the next stage. Nsimbe says his charges are ready to defeat his opponents, but that will be determined on the pitch.
"It is a very important match to us, and we are definitely ready for it, with our eyes focused on the next round. It is all about team work, not about individuality, once we play as a team then we will definitely be unstoppable.
"A win will be very important to us at home, and that is what we are definitely going for," he told Goal.
Other Kenyan representatives, Ulinzi Stars, were, on Friday, defeated by a solitary goal against Al Hilal Benghazi in a Caf Confederations Cup match.