The tactician came on board with an aim of helping the team do better in the top tier. The former international is expecting a tough outing but is optimistic his team can get maximum points.
"I must admit that it is going to be a tough match, we are facing one of the best teams with a good coach. But I have also made my assessment, we have good players here who are hardworking and talented as well.
"We will be playing at home and that will be an advantage to us, we should take our chances as they come and if we do I am sure we will win."
It will be Mwalala's first assignment since quitting his former side Nzoia Sugar.