• Women champions Equity Bank battle Storms seeking to build on their hard-earned 49-45 victory over Zetech University Sparks in their previous encounter.
• Eldonets, who beat KCA University 56-46 and University of Nairobi Terrorists 55-54, play KPA in Mombasa.
Playoff slots is all Strathmore University Swords and Kenyatta University Pirates will have in their minds when they clash in the highlight of the Kenya Basketball Federation mid-week action at the University of Nairobi courts on Wednesday.
Strathmore tactician Tony Ochieng said he is targeting a top-four finish and nothing short of maximum points will do ahead of next month’s play-offs.
‘Strath’ were in Mombasa over the weekend where they suffered a 63-51 defeat at the hands of Kenya Ports Authority (KPA).
“I have no option but to beat KU. I have a young team that is bringing positive input. I was impressed by their performance in Mombasa,” said Ochieng.
On the other hand, his counterpart at KU, Caleb Osewe is targeting a top-eight finish but have to win all his remaining three games to stand a chance.
“We know we must win all our matches if we are to make the play-offs. We are aware of the task and will give it a good shot,” he said.
Women champions Equity Bank battle Storms seeking to build on their hard-earned 49-45 victory over Zetech University Sparks in their previous encounter.
Storms also have a date with on-form University of Nairobi Dynamites.
The campus girls are brimming with confidence after a successful tour of Kisumu where they beat Lady Bucks 61-51.
Storms are also enjoying top form following a a 82-62 win against Africa Nazarene University in Nairobi over the weekend.
Strathmore University Swords play Eagle Wings in what looks like a balanced game.
Both teams are smarting from weekend defeats to hosts Kenya Ports Authority.
Eldonets, who beat KCA University 56-46 and University of Nairobi Terrorists 55-54, play KPA in Mombasa.