•KPA men's coach Sammy Kiki said he is worried about the readiness of his players, who returned to training on Wednesday following a lengthy break.
•Apart from UoN sides, the porters will also welcome Kisumu Lady Bucks and Thunder on Sunday.
Kenya Ports Authority welcome University of Nairobi teams at their Makande Welfare Hall in Mombasa.
This will be the porters' first outing since the Kenya National Basketball League (KNBL) second leg tipped off.
Apart from UoN sides, the porters will also welcome Kisumu Lady Bucks and Thunder on Sunday.
KPA men's coach Sammy Kiki said he is worried about the readiness of his players, who returned to training on Wednesday following a lengthy break.
"We have started training as a team. My only worry is the level of fitness of the players. But I know we will improve by the time the matches start," said Kiki.
"We will take the two games seriously since our opponents have been playing and so they might have a rhythm.
"With good teamwork both in defence and in attack, we are convinced of positive returns."
His counterpart Eugene Genga on other hand said the campus lads need a positive result in Mombasa. But win or lose, they will continue to rebuild.
"We will work on our mistakes. Our attack has not been the best. The defence has been better. We have limited most teams to about 50 points in the last few games. We will tighten it up."
Unbeaten KPA women will parade new signings Nigerian star guard Ifunaya Okoro and former Equity Hawks playmaker Hilda Ndegwa.
With no top fixtures elsewhere, the Lower Division matches on the card in Mombasa will have Moischers Nets welcome Kisii Neighbours.
Halima Bolli's Coastal Queens will play Kisii University Vipers as Congo Nets take on Kisii University Raptors.
Sunday matches have Coastal Queens against Multi Media University (MMU), Moischers Nets take on Raptors and Nets tackle Neighbours.