FKF-PL: KCB seek redemption against Murang'a SEAL

Philemon Nyakwaka celebrates after scoring for KCB.[X,KCB]

Action will resume on Sunday in the Football Kenya Federation Premier League as KCB FC hope to bounce back from their recent 2-0 defeat when they host Murang’a Seal at the Police SACCO Stadium.

Despite their place near the foot of the table with only 29 points and a recent form that saw them draw twice after two consecutive losses, KCB FC’s ambitions remain high.

Meanwhile, Murang’a Seal, positioned just one slot above the relegation zone at 17th with 18 points, will be looking to seize any opportunity to claw their way to safety after a morale-boosting 1-0 victory in their last outing.

Simultaneously at Nyayo Stadium, AFC Leopards, sitting comfortably in the 8th spot with 31 points, will take on Nzoia Sugar, who are dangerously close to the drop zone in 18th place, holding 16 points.

AFC Leopards' form has been impressive, with 13 points from the last five matches, including three wins and a draw.

Nzoia Sugar, conversely, will need to drastically improve on their last five performances that have resulted in three losses and a draw if they wish to avoid relegation.

The action doesn't stop there as Shabana FC squares off against Bandari FC at Machakos Stadium.

 Shabana FC, 17th in the standings with 18 points, are desperately seeking to improve their fortunes after a dismal run of form, with four losses and a win in their last five matches.

Bandari FC, who currently occupies the 6th position with 37 points, will aim to solidify their standing after a satisfying 2-1 victory over Nzoia Sugar in their previous match.

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