Ulinzi were held to a fifth draw in the last six home games, but the tactician has challenged the Soldiers to make use of their away record when they take on second-placed Sofapaka.
“We would have made a massive gain with three points from the game, but we can’t keep lamenting over that; I think the mark of a big team like we are is to rise and correct those mistakes and eye better returns in the next game,” Nyaudo told ulinzistars.com.
Nyaudo called on his troops to sharpen their shooting skills ahead of the clash against Batoto Ba Mungu.
“Truth is that we did not use our chances in the game but then the positive side of it is that we created chances. The players were just nervous after doing well with the buildup play and unfortunately, it cost us two points."
The result against Nzoia Sugar saw Ulinzi Stars drop two places down to fifth after 24 matches.