But how wrong I was.
I was so wrong, that Dennis Mukaisi and his non-goal-scoring lieutenants decided not to score just to prove a point to me.
I was so wrong that even the lion himself Robert Matano looked as subdued as a chicken that has been rained on.
And when Matano looks subdued, you know things are bad.
Things were so bad that even he himself called a draw a good result.
This is against an AFC Leopards team that looked just as bad, if not worse than we did.
A Leopards side that has Paul Were on the bench and calls on Charles Okwemba of all people a saviour.
It is that bad my friends, things in the Kenyan Premier League are very bad at the moment.
That the leading team in the league can say Okwemba is their saviour.. Really bad.
Again, Tusker could not be bribed into scoring a goal and if you consider that Peter Opiyo, who rarely scores, is the last person to do so in a Tusker FC shirt in the Premier League, then things are not good.
Kenneth Wendo looks worse than a broken down radio and Obadiah Ndege has no experience, while I will not waste my time talking about Mukaisi and Joseph Emeka.
That was last week.
This week though, there is a different kettle of fish in Sofapaka.
Can we beat them and take back the initiative?
At the moment, Tusker are like the proverbial cat with nine lives, they have a life, just like it was last season, when we fumbled severally but still won the league.
This time though, we have to beat Sofapaka and hope that Western Stima do the same against Leopards over the weekend.
We have another chance to get back to the place where we belong, but we need favours.
Western Stima will come first, but most importantly, we will need favours from within.. the likes of Mukaisi, Wendo, Emeka, Ndege.. We need you boys.. We need a performance.
It is another chance.. But we have to take it..