NSL Review: Status quo maintained as the league goes down to the wire

NSL Review: Status quo maintained as the league goes down to the wire

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The FKF National Super League champion will have to wait until the final match day, scheduled for Sunday, June 9, 2019, to be crowned.

This comes after Wazito, Kisumu All-Stars, Nairobi Stima, and Ushuru all won their respective midweek matches.

Wazito still leads the chart with 78 points, only one clear of second-placed Kisumu All-Stars and third-placed Nairobi Stima, who are tied at 77.

Ushuru, meanwhile, is out of the race, despite their win over Kangemi All-Stars.

Thika United, in the meantime, is in a relegation battle alongside Kangemi All Stars, Green Commandos and Migori Youth.

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Midweek Results

  1. Ushuru 1-0 Kangemi All-Stars (Ruaraka Grounds)
  2. FC Talanta 1-4 Wazito (Camp Toyoyo)
  3. Modern Coast Rangers 4-2 Kenya Police (Serani Sports Ground)
  4. Coast Stima 2-0 Fortune Sacco (Mbaraki Sports Club)
  5. Joseph’s Youth 2-1 Kibera Black Stars (Afraha Stadium)
  6. Kisumu All-Stars 4-2 Green Commandos (Moi Stadium)
  7. Nairobi City Stars 2-0 Migori Youth (Hope Center)
  8. Bidco United 2-1 Thika United (Thika Stadium)
  9. Nairobi Stima 3-0 Shabana (Karuturi Grounds)
  10. Eldoret Youth 1-1 Administration Police (Eldoret Show Grounds)

Updated Standings


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    Wazito almost there

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