The Thika based side has collected four points in their two matches so far this season., drawing 0-0 with Coast United in their first match and seeing off Iron Strikers 2-1 away from home in their second.
MOYAS on the other hand were beaten 2-3 by Admiral, before their regrouped to hold Bandari to a 1-1 draw.
According to Bidco assistant coach Isiah Owidi, the club has worked on the mistakes of the first weekend and expect nothing less than three points against their visitors.
-Last week, we started badly and dropped two points in a match we should have won. However, in the second match, there were improvements and we got the three points.
-This weekend, we have the chance to collect maximum points at home and we are looking to do that and take full advantage, Owidi told Futaa.com.
Bidco are based in the industrial town of Thika and ply their trade in the FKF Division one Zone A league.
The match will be played Saturday 10 March 2012 at the Thika Stadium.