The soldiers have struggled to score in their past two games, drawing 0-0 against Nzoia Sugar before falling by a solitary goal against Sofapaka. With the sugar millers up next, the tactician is optimistic his charges will get a positive result.
“It is not going to be an easy game for us, Sony is a good side but we have prepared well for them. Our main problem has been in front of goal, converting the chances created has been a problem and that is what we have been working on this week in training.
“Once we get it right this weekend I am sure we will bag maximum points against Sony Sugar,” Nyaudo told Goal.
The sugar millers won the first leg by a solitary goal.