•Kabras and KCB crashed out in the last of the Tisap Sevens, losing 19-5 and 10-5 to Mwamba and Menengai Oilers respectively.
• Strathmore, on the other, will be looking for a repeat... if not an upgrade on their performance in Eldoret, where they stormed to their second final of the season.
Fireworks are expected as the curtains come down on the National Seven Series at the Kabeberi leg set for this weekend at the RFUEA grounds.
Who will carry the day? That is the question on most rugby fans' lips as title contenders Kabras, KCB and Strathmore seek to outdo each other.
Kabras lead the series with 92 points, one ahead of KCB while Leos are third with 82.
After last week's stunning upset at the Tisap Sevens, where Nondies clinched their first in over a decade, the trio, and especially KCB and Kabras, will seek to fire from all cylinders.
Kabras and KCB crashed out in the last of the Tisap Sevens, losing 19-5 and 10-5 to Mwamba and Menengai Oilers respectively.
Both sides will still be without their key players, who are training with the national team Shujaa ahead of the Africa Cup Sevens-cum-Olympic qualifiers in Zimbabwe this month.
Felix Ayange's Kabras need to just better KCB to clinch a second national Sevens crown. They face Mwamba, Malinde Muliro and Daystar Falcons in Pool 'C'.
Ayange said the side can cope with the pressure as they attempt to finish the season in style after bagging both the Kenya Cup and Enterprise Cup crowns in the 15s category.
“It's an opportunity to cement what has been a super year for the team and the boys are ready to go for the kill," said Ayange.
KCB coach Andrew Amonde expects his young charges to bounce back to winning ways, saying: “I am happy with the effort put in by this young team. We have tweaked some of our plays and we hope we can rise to the occasion."
The bankers face Oilers, Catholic Monks and Moi University in Pool 'D'.
Strathmore, on the other, will be looking for a repeat... if not an upgrade on their performance in Eldoret, where they stormed to their second final of the season.
They meet Kisumu, Nakuru, and Impala in Pool 'B' as they look to go one step better than Tisap, where they lost 12-7 to Nondie.
They also reached the Christie Sevens final last month but fell 17-12 to KCB.
Strathmore coach Louis Kisia said his charges are relishing the battle.
"We have come close twice this year and this is a chance to get into the final and win a leg of the circuit," said Kisia.