Bidco United head coach Anthony Akhulia has bemoaned lack of home advantage in their top flight matches after failing to register their first win in the opening three matches.
The debutants were hoping to stage their home matches at the Thika Stadium but the facility is among those yet to be approved for league matches.
Bidco, who earned their promotion to the elite league after finishing second in the National Super League, have gathered two points out of a possible nine.
The Thika-based outfit have been forced to play at the Moi Stadium Kasarani and the Utalii grounds, thanks to the state of their home ground.
Akhulia, who returned to the technical bench during their two-all draw against Kariobangi Sharks last Saturday expressed hope that the renovations works at Thika will be completed soon to allow them stage their home matches there.
The former holding midfielder at the club missed the opening two rounds against Western Stima and AFC Leopards due to illness.
“We are not enjoying home comfort in our league matches and we are hoping to play there once the renovations works are over. We expect league management to inspect the facility after the works,” he said