The team has entered residential training on Wednesday ahead of Sunday afternoon’s CAF Confederation Cup play-off round first leg tie at home against Tunisia’s CS Sfaxien.
The team has been training for the past two weeks and last week had two friendly matches winning both as they stepped up preparation.
The team has been boosted with defenders Charles Momanyi and Kalos Kirenge as well as midfielder Clyde Senaji returning to full training.
The only absentee for this game will be defender Jimmy Mbugua who has only commenced light training after picking up an ankle injury in the game against Kariobangi Sharks.
Sfaxien are expected to arrive in the country on Thursday morning.
The game will be played at the Nyayo National Stadium on Sunday at 3pm.
The team will advise in due course whether fans will be allowed into the stadium.