•Tusker toppled K'Ogalo from the apex of the log after edging Kariobangi Sharks 1-0 in their last assignment.
•Tusker’s last four league matches are against Gor Mahia, Vihiga Bullets, Posta Rangers, and Wazito FC.
Tusker FC head coach Robert Matano has rallied his charges to push above their weight and run over their remaining opponents as they eye their 12th Kenyan Premier League title.
The Ruaraka-based Brewers top the KPL standings with 64 points, one more than their closest challengers Gor Mahia.
"Our focus is to win our remaining four matches because this will guarantee us the title," Matano said.
They toppled K'Ogalo from the apex of the log after edging Kariobangi Sharks 1-0 in their last assignment.
Tusker’s last four league matches are against Gor Mahia, Vihiga Bullets, Posta Rangers, and Wazito FC.
"All these are good teams among them title contenders and those battling relegation, so the remaining matches won't be a walk in the park," Matano said.
He, however, rubbished talks that Gor's title charge ended with their 1-0 defeat to archrivals AFC Leopards at Nyayo stadium on Sunday.
Meanwhile Bidco United thumped Ulinzi 3-0 at the Kasarani Annex on Monday to climb to 12th on the log.
Samuel Ndungu was the toast for the Thika-based side after netting a brace with Ezekiel Okare's effort later in the game sealing the win.
Ulinzi should only blame themselves after displaying a pathetic game that saw their opponents dominate possession for the better part of the encounter.
Ulinzi's head coach Benard Mwalala said they will now shift their focus to the semifinals of the FKF Cup against Tusker later in the month.
"As you may have noticed, I rested some of my key players including Boniface Muchiri and Hilary Simiyu because I intend to have them fresh for the semifinal clash," Mwalala said.
The duo started on the bench with the Ulinzi coach, Benard Mwalala, keeping an eye on this weekend's Mozzart Cup clash against league leaders Tusker