The FKF National Super League enters round nine with a similar number of matches lined up starting Thursday, March 29, 2018.
One match will kick off action on Thursday at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu. Hosts Kisumu All-Stars will take on Administration Police starting 3 pm, with a view of catching up with league leaders Western Stima.
The lakeside club is sixth with 14 points, only three less than Stima, but with a game in hand. AP, meanwhile, got their second win of the season last time out against Nakuru All-Stars and will be hoping to give a good account of themselves in Kisumu.
Five matches will be played on Friday, March 30, 2018, with the highlight set to pit Bidco United against KCB at the Thika Stadium.
The two sides, ranked third and fourth respectively, are tied at 14 points apiece. KCB, however, has an inferior goal difference, albeit with a match in hand.
Two more matches will be played at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru. St Joseph Youth will host a resurgent Nairobi City Stars starting 1 pm before struggling Nakuru All-Stars face off with league leaders Western Stima at 3.15 pm.
Kibera Black Stars
Waning Kibera Black Stars will also be on the road to face Green Commandos at the Bukhungu Stadium. Black Stars, having set the pace early in the season, has since dropped to fifth. Only three points, however, stand between them and league leaders Western Stima.
Coast Stima, meanwhile, will host Kangemi All-Stars at the Mbaraki Sports Club, hoping to replicate a commendable performance, similar to their 2-1 win in their last match against Isibania.
On Saturday, 10th placed Ushuru will be up against FC Talanta at Camp Toyoyo. Isibania will also be hoping for a swift turnaround of fortunes when they visit the Karuturi Grounds in Naivasha to face Nairobi Stima.
Kenya Police, meanwhile, will be on the road to face GFE 105 at the Sudi Stadium in Bungoma. The law enforcers are the only side yet to taste defeat this season and will be hoping to carry on their fine form.