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Tusker host high-flying Bandari, Leopards stalk Nakumatt - 6 months ago, 10 Aug 14:14

By: Vincent Opiyo

Tusker head coach Robert Matano is confident his charges will continue with their new-found form when they tackle high-flying Bandari in the SportPesa Premier League at Ruaraka grounds on Sunday.

The clash is one of the eight matches lined up for the weekend as the league enters round 26. All matches kick-off at 3pm.

New Nzoia Sugar coach Nicholas Muyoti will lead his charges for the first time in their visit of Zoo Kericho in the only tie slated for Saturday while champions Gor Mahia, who were up against Posta Rangers in Kisumu Friday, will take on Kakamega Homeboyz on Monday at the same venue.

Nakumatt, fresh from holding champions Gor Mahia to a 2-2 draw last Saturday, host fourth-placed AFC Leopards who beat Mathare United 2-1 in their last league match in Machakos.

Relegation-threatened Vihiga United visit third-placed Sofapaka at Narok Stadium, a clash coach John Baraza will be hoping to build on ...
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