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November 16, 2018

Western Stima welcome KCB in Kisumu as title race intensifies

Western Stima  Daniel Masinde in action against Mathare United Edward Seda/ ENOS TECHE
Western Stima Daniel Masinde in action against Mathare United Edward Seda/ ENOS TECHE

The National Super League encounter between leaders Western Stima and third-placed KCB will be the highlight of the round of 31 matches scheduled for today and tomorrow in various venues across the country.

The game will be played at Kisumu’s Moi Stadium and Stima’s interim coach Paul Ogai hopes his charges will maintain their winning ways to enhance their chances of qualifying for the SportPesa Premier League come next season. Stima welcome Erastus Mwaniki from injury.

“Playing against KCB is not easy because they are also chasing promotion to the top tier league. We want to pick maximum points from all our remaining games,” Ogai added. 

He said the derby win against Kisumu All Stars over the weekend was a morale booster for his boys.

Tomorrow, second-placed Nairobi Stima host on form St Joseph’s Youth at Karuturi ground while fourth-placed Ushuru travel to Kisumu to face Kisumu All Stars at Moi Stadium.

Nakuru All Stars host Nairobi City Stars at Afraha, Nakuru with Bidco and Kakamega High School’s Green Commandos squaring it out at Thika Stadium.

Bottom of the table GFE 105 welcome Coast Stima at Sudi Stadium as Modern Coast Rangers host Migori Youth formerly Isibania FC at Mbaraki.

A double header at Camp Toyoyo Grounds will be live on free to air Bamba Sport. In the first game, it will be a battle of law enforcers as Administration Police and Kenya Police battle it out while in the second game, Talanta face Kibera Black Stars.

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