Nairobi Stima seek to switch off Talanta

By Washington Onyango: Friday, October 11th 2019 at 03:00 GMT +3 | Football
Nairobi Stima FC’s Paul Kisige (left) and Clement Masikidi of Mount Kenya FC during NSL match at Camp Toyoyo on Sunday, Sept 29, 2019. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Nairobi Stima will be seeking to bounce back to winning ways when they face in-form Talanta in one of the 10 National Super League matches lined up for today.

Migori Youth edged the power men 1-0 in a dramatic win at Karuturi Grounds in their last match, but head coach Leonard Odipo is confident his team will bounce back.

“We were very unfortunate to lose at home, a result that saw us drop to fourth after a fine start but I am upbeat we will win with the adequate training we have had,” he said.

Leaders Nairobi City Stars will entertain relegation-threatened AP from Bomet at Hope Centre as second-placed Bidco United welcome Administration Police in Thika.

Migori Youth will host Fortune Sacco in Awendo as former KPL sides Vihiga United and Mount Kenya play Kibera Black Stars and Ushuru respectively. 

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