Teams fight for dear life

With Muhoroni rel­e­gated, Zoo Keri­cho, Naku­matt, Thika, Mathare and Stima fight to sur­vive the chop

Daily Nation (Kenya) - - SPORT - BY CELLESTINE OLILO co­l­­tion­

Kar­i­obangi Sharks’ Juma still leads race for Golden Boot

for any coach. We have to win both games to sur­vive, mean­ing that there is ab­so­lutely no room for mis­takes,” said Makumi. “I have spo­ken with the play­ers and asked them to for­get about rel­e­ga­tion for now, and just focus on giv­ing their best dur­ing the match so that we can get the three points.”

Makumi will be with­out de­fender Ge­of­frey Ochieng who has been sus­pended for col­lect­ing five yel­low cards. Mathare United will host rel­e­gated Muhoroni Youth at Ruaraka Grounds to­day from will be away to Sony Sugar in Awendo from 3pm. Mean­while, the golden boot race is also tak­ing shape, with Kar­i­obangi Sharks striker Ma­soud Juma lead­ing the charts with 15 goals.

Juma how­ever faces stiff op­po­si­tion from Med­die Kagere, Jac­ques Tuyisenge and Kepha Aswani who are all tied on sec­ond place with three goals less.

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