The fixture, which was initially set for Saturday, was pushed back to allow Gor Mahia honor a friendly against English Premier League side, Everton in Tanzania. Gor Mahia flew back into the country on Friday, a day before the match, with less time to prepare and also fatigued after playing on Thursday.
With a game in hand, record Kenyan champions sit third on the log with 28 points, one less than leaders, Ulinzi Stars. Muhoroni Youth are a distance 15th having won only three out of 15 league games.
Muhoroni, however, have picked four points in the last two league matches while K’Ogalo have managed one from their 2-2 draw against Ulinzi Stars. Gor Mahia had lost the previous fixture, 2-0 to Sofapaka.