Gor Mahia's Joshua Onyango (left) and Batts Awita of Muranga Seals during FKF Premier League at Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani. Nov 11, 2023. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Defending champions Gor Mahia will be seeking to end their two match winless run when they travel to play Muhoroni Youth in a FKF Premier League at Raila Odinga Stadium in Homa Bay County on Sunday.

Gor have won one match in their last four matches with the rest being draws, a dip in form that has allowed minnows Posta Rangers maintain top spot.

The champions will be banking on Muhoroni’s poor form of six match winless run to easily win the match in addition to the match being played away from the hostile Muhoroni Stadium.

Meanwhile, KCB coach Bernard Mwalala has rallied his troops to be cautious of Murang’a Seal’s threat ahead of their match up.

Separated by only two points, Mwalala is keen to end the bankers inconsistent run where they have only managed one win in their last three matches.

Currently, KCB is 4th with 19 points after 11 matches played while Murang’a Seal sits third with 21 points.

KCB’s vault has been strengthened by the return of Winger Musa Masika from injury and Haniff Wesonga from international duty with Harambee Stars.

“Murang’a Seal is a good side and since its promotion to the league, the team has demonstrated that it is here to stay with the big boys. We approach this match with a lot of caution owing to their attacking threat.

“We have seen them bag a lot of goals in the season so far, therefore, we will be out there to defend well and score goals,” said the KCB tactician.

This will be the first time the two sides are meeting.

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