Bandari FC is hoping to return to winning ways on Wednesday when they host struggling Nakuru All Stars in a Kenyan Premier League match at Mbaraki Sports grounds.
The Dockers have registered just two wins in recent six outings and they are winless in recent three matches, a run coach Twahir Muhiddin is not happy about and seeks to bring it to an end against the Rift Valley-based side.
“We have not had a good run of late, it is something which is not pleasing at all, but we intend to start winning. Despite a few challenges, we have also not been at our best form; we have been a little bit complacent on some occasions,”
“So it starts with us. Stars are wounded; they will fight against us and try to get maximum points, so it will be a battle between us and them. It will not be easy at all, yes they concede five against Gor Mahia and that in a way is motivation to them to prove that it was just a mistake.
“We need to take our chances well against them and avoid giving them space, if we do that we will stand a chance against them. I know we have not been clinical of late but am still working on that because it does not make sense when we create chances and failing to convert them.”