Lawal is yet to recover from an ankle injury he sustained in a recent league tie but expressed confidence in his side’s ability to defeat the struggling champions, placed 19th in the log.
“Rangers are coming to Katsina on sight-seeing and we won’t allow them to get anything from the encounter,” Lawal told Goal.
“We need the three points more than they do and we shall show them on Sunday that we are well prepared for them. We don’t have hands in their present predicament and it is our wish that we add ours to it.
“I have not started training because of the ankle injury I am nursing but I believe so much in my teammates that they are going to get the job done against Rangers.”
Katsina United are 14th in the log with 16 points from 13 fixtures and will be seeking to return to the top half of the table if they beat the Flying Antelopes.