Bandari keen to capitalize any slip up as Kimani eyes Ulinzi Stars scalp

Bandari FC forward Hassan Abdallah celebrates scoring against AFC Leopards SC during their FKF Premier League match at Nyayo national stadium on March 06, 2022. [Stafford Ondego, Standard]

With three rounds of the FKF Premier League matches to go, all eyes will be on Bandari who last week made the title race a three-way fight.

The dockers moved within four points of the top two after their 2-0 win over Kariobangi Sharks and they will be hoping to make it six wins in a row when they host Ulinzi Stars.

Tusker and Kakamega Homeboyz are on 57 points, with the brewers top due to a superior goal difference of two goals.

Kakamega Homeboyz will be hoping to keep their FKF Premier League title hopes alive when they host rivals AFC Leopards at Bukhungu Stadium while champions Tusker who have played a game more than Homeboyz will not be in action until June 5 when they play Bidco United.

Victory over Ulinzi will see Anthony Kmani’s side cut the gap between them and joint leaders to one point heading into the final stretch of the season.

“We will try and get maximum points in that match. All our focus is geared towards collecting maximum points against Ulinzi and then we will see where we will be at the end of the day,” said Kimani.

Other matches will feature Kenya Police entertaining Posta Rangers, Sofapaka facing Vihiga United and Wazito playing Bidco.

Saturday’s Fixture

Kenya Police v Rangers (Kasarani Annex 1pm)

Sofapaka v Vihiga Bullets (Kasarani Annex)

Ulinzi v Bandari (Kericho Green Stadium)

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