Teams fight for dear life
With Muhoroni relegated, Zoo Kericho, Nakumatt, Thika, Mathare and Stima fight to survive the chop
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.