Two doubleheaders have been lined up on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, at the Hope Center and the Camp Toyoyo Grounds as the FKF National Super League enters the tenth round.
Kisumu All Stars will kick off action on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, with a trip to Mombasa to face Modern Coast Rangers.
The Lakeside club’s last outing at the Mbaraki Sports club, the venue for tomorrow’s match, saw them lose 2-1 to Coast Stima. A win over Modern Coast, who are winless in three matches, could temporarily propel Kisumu All-Stars to top of the log, pending Wednesday’s results.
Two matches have been slated for the Camp Toyoyo grounds on Wednesday.
KCB will host struggling Nakuru All Stars starting 11 am. The latter is still in search for a first point of the season, having lost all her nine opening matches of the season.
KCB meanwhile, will be out for a routine win, having shaken off a slow start to rise to third with 17 points, only three shy of league leaders Western Stima.
The second match at the same venue will pit Nairobi City Stars against GFE 105 starting 1 pm. A 3-1 loss to KCB in the eighth round of the NSL marked GFE’s last experience at Camp Toyoyo.
The Eldoret side will be hoping for maximum points away from home, against a City Stars side that has only lost once at home this season.
Meanwhile, at the Hope Center, Kangemi All-Stars will host Nairobi Stima starting 1 pm before Kibera Black Stars take to the pitch against Coast Stima at 3.15 pm.
League leaders Western Stima will also be in action against Administration Police at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu.
The latter has only picked one point in five away matches and will be looking to pull an upset over league leaders Western Stima, who carry a three-point cushion against second-placed Kibera Black Stars.
Isibania will also be up against FC Talanta in Awendo while in Naivasha, fifth-placed Kenya Police will be out to extend an eight-match unbeaten run when they host a resurgent Bidco United.