Who will shoot first? Kenya Police face Ulinzi Stars in Disciplined Forces Derby

Ulinzi Stars Clinton Omondi (L) challenge Police FC David Ambulu during their FKF PL match at the MISC, Kasarani on January 14. [Kelly Ayodi,Standard]

Ulinzi Stars and Kenya Police will be playing for bragging rights when the two sides clash today in the round 31 Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League match at Nyayo Stadium.

After throwing jabs at each other through social media banters the entire week, fans of both sides will be keen to see who will come out on top as the local league enters final stretch in the coming month.

Ulinzi Stars who are winless in their three last matches face an inform Police side who have won their last four matches out of five.

Despite both teams having literally little to play for in the remaining league matches as they are currently out of the title race, they will be targeting good finish in the log.

Police are fourth with 56 points while Ulinzi Stars eighth with 44 points.

However, it remains to be seen who will pick the first win against the other.

Police and Ulinzi have met three times in the league since Police were promoted in 2021.

All the three matches have ended in draws (0-0, 2-2 and 0-0).

Ulinzi Stars have however defeated Police 2-1 but in the FKF Cup quarterfinals.

With both teams out of the FKF Cup and Premier League title race, the only thing they can play is bragging rights.

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