By GILBERT WANDERA
As the battle for Kenyan Premier League title gathers momentum among the top teams, another war for survival is breaking out at the bottom.
Several clubs are coming to terms that they are stuck in the relegation junta and the early they pull out the better for their fans.
All the three team must win to ease their relegation worries. Of the three, Sony face the toughest encounter when they host former champions Ulinzi Stars at Gusii Stadium today.
Sony handled by former Harambee Stars and Gor Mahia coach Zedekiah Otieno are struggling in the second leg having lost their last two matches in a row. It is pointless to say they badly need a win today.
It is difficult to explain Sony’s poor form considering that they started so well and were at one point at the top of the league albeit momentarily.
Since then it has been one bad result after another and today provides an opportunity for the team to bring to an end the poor run. Burly striker Enock Agwanda will lead Sony’s attack.
On the other side, Ulinzi will be in no mood to drop points looking at their good form and top striker Evans Amuoka will seek to pull on his scoring boots once more.
Muhoroni Youth invite Thika United in yet another fight against relegation and will be under pressure to stop the Thika side’s superb away performance.
The hosts go into today’s match on the back of a 3-0 loss against KCB last weekend.