Kenya Police, the only FKF National Super League side yet to taste defeat this season, will be in for an uphill task when they face league leaders Western Stima on Saturday, April 21, 2018.
The match is set to be played at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu starting 3 pm.
Police will hope to keep intact their unbeaten run while Western Stima, with a keen interest in gaining promotion to next season’s top tier, will be hoping to pull clear of second-placed KCB.
Kisumu All Stars
Meanwhile, on Sunday, KCB will visit Kisumu All Stars at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu, hoping to bounce back from a 1-2 loss to Western Stima in their last match. The match kicks off at 3 pm.
Kisumu All Stars held Ushuru to a 1-1 draw in their last match, a result that was however fully credited in Ushuru’s favor after it turned out that the guests had fielded an ineligible player.
The Lakeside club will thus be looking to get maximum points from KCB in their quest to maintain a high ranking on the log.
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Two matches have been scheduled for Saturday at the Karuturi Grounds in Naivasha.
Ushuru will face off with Isibania in the first match set to kick off at 1 pm. Nairobi Stima will later on at 3.15 pm, face GFE 105. Both matches will be aired LIVE on Bamba Sports.
Ushuru had a lukewarm start to their 2018 season, but have since risen to seventh. Isibania, on the other hand, set the pace early in the season. A spate of five matches without a win has seen the border side drop to 13th.
Nakuru All Stars
Struggling Nakuru All Stars, who picked their first point of the season in their last match against Nairobi City Stars, will be up against Green Commandos. The match is set to be played at the Afraha Stadium on Saturday starting 3 pm.
Third placed Bidco United will also be up against Coast Stima at the Thika Stadium on Sunday while at Camp Toyoyo, on the same day, Administration Police will be hosting Nairobi City Stars. Modern Coast Rangers will also face Kangemi All Stars at the Mbaraki Sports Club.