•On Sunday they will tackle tenth-placed Kenyatta University Pirates in a re-arranged match that was rained off two weeks ago with both sides locked 45-45.
•KU coach Caleb Osewe, who is pushing for a playoff spot, said they aren't taking any chances at all with two games to play.
Kenya Ports Authority teams are in the city this weekend for their last Kenya National Basketball League fixtures at the Strathmore University Sports Complex.
The ports men, who are second on the log with 38 points, play bottom side Zetech University Titans. A win will move them above leaders Equity Bank Dumas.
On Sunday, they will tackle tenth-placed Kenyatta University Pirates in a re-arranged match that was rained off two weeks ago with both sides locked at 45-45.
KU coach Caleb Osewe, who is pushing for a playoff spot, said they aren't taking any chances with two games to play.
"With the kind of team spirit we have had towards the end of the league, we should be able to win as we are eying a playoff spot."
Reigning champions KPA, who moved top of the women's table with 40 points from 20 matches, also have a date with Zetech University Sparks.
The students are third on 34 points and have four matches on the card. This match against the unbeaten KPA will provide a real test for them.
"This is exams week, but we are creating time with the students to at least train for one hour for the two days a week. I believe they will give a good account of themselves," said Sparks Maurice Obilo.
The following day, KPA who boasts a fearsome backcourt quartet of Ifunaya Okoro, Natalie Akinyi, Hilda Indasi and Jemimah Knight start favoutrites.
"We are on course as far as our preps are concerned, and these being our last two games of the season, we just want to finish strong," said KPA coach Anthony Ojukwu.
"Zetech have also had a good run this season and we can't take them for granted. They are equally formidable but I expect my team to prevail. The morale in the camp is high, with no injuries," he added.
The other matches on the card will see Strathmore University Swords take on the University of Nairobi Dynamites in what looks like a tight duel.
KU will start off their two games on the weekend with a match against Africa Nazarene University (ANU) Wolfpacks in an exciting meeting.
Bottom-of-the-table match pit Africa championships bronze medalist, Eagle Wings against Kisumu Lady Bucks.
Thunder have a date with the University of Nairobi Terrorists. A win for Sadat Gaya's side will see them move above Eldonets Platinum into fifth place.
Lady Bucks have another match against Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUATS) Lynx who fell 59-58 to Storms.
Zetech Sparks other encounter is against Storms, who after their victory over Jkuat, have been blowing hot and cold in their last fixtures.
The Juja side will face KPA in what will surely be a torrid afternoon for the students.
Equity Bank Hawks who were ripped 89-43 in Mombasa last week face off against Strathmore Swords.