The team shaped up in training on Friday ahead of Saturday afternoon’s league resumption.
Tusker FC will play second placed KCB in a top of the table clash in the first match to be staged at the Ruaraka Complex this season.
Everyone was present in Friday morning’s session apart from Vincent Ngesa who is nursing a knee injury.
The league resumes after a six-week break occasioned by the Presidential directive suspending sporting activities to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The match at Ruaraka will be played strictly behind closed doors with only a very limited and restricted number of people attending in adherence to new measures introduced by the Football Kenya Federation and Ministry of Health.