Promotion-chasing Wanderers arrive at Huish Park looking to add to their win over Grimsby last time out, whilst the hosts bid to build on Tuesday’s 2-2 draw at Swindon.
Facing sides exclusively in the play-off chase in the last five matches, the Glovers have only come away empty-handed on one occasion picking up two wins and two draws.
Returning to the fold from injury midway through March, Mugabi is keen for the Green & Whites to carry their form through until the end of the season.
“We’ve had conversations about where we’d like to finish and we’re on the right path to achieving those goals so we’re going in the right direction,” he told iFollow Glovers.
“We had a great win against Coventry, a good performance against Swindon to get the draw in the end and playing against any team we’re going to be confident, especially given the strength in depth we’ve got in the team.
“We feel we can beat anyone on our day so it’s a very positive camp.”
After recovering from a hamstring injury the defender also made his international debut for Uganda in March, featuring in friendlies against Sao Tome & Principe and Malawi.
Now back in Somerset, the 22-year-old feels the experience can only help improve his game.
“I enjoyed it a lot,” he said. “It was a good experience for myself and I’m glad I went out there and was lucky enough to play the two games.
“It gave me different exposure to different ways of football and oppositions, which can only improve me at the end of the day.
“But now we (Yeovil) have still got six games left so there’s a lot of football to play. We’re in good form at the moment so we want to pick up as many points as possible and see where it takes us in the table.”