The Dutchman joined the club ten days ago and is yet to make an impact having lost his first match in charge to Sofapaka in GOtv Shield Cup
Ochieng, Omar, Kiiza, Shikokoti
Onyango, Abondo, Khalid
Were, Dunga, Omunuk
NAIROBI CITY STARS
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Okoth, Makatwa, Sserunkuma
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Nairobi City Stars coach Jan Koops will be out to get his maiden league win when they take on Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker in Friday’s match at Kasarani.
The Dutchman joined the club ten days ago and is yet to make an impact having lost his first match in charge to Sofapaka in GOtv Shield Cup.
City Stars are expected to go all out in search for victory as they eye a top eight finish this season. They have the men to help them get victory with Ugandan duo of Bruno Sserunkuma and Jimmy Bagaye leading their attack.
The team is also well experienced at the back where John Amboko has proved un-beatable in previous encounters. Tusker need maximum points as they seek to win the league title for third year in a row.
Having been eliminated from GOtv Cup, the brewers' have only the league to play for. The league’s top scorer Jesse Were, Andrew Tololwa and Ugandan forward Robert Omunuk will lead Tusker's attacks.
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Nairobi City Stars have not won a match since the second leg of the league kicked-off.
This will be first league match in charge for City Stars coach Jan Koops, who joined the club ten days ago.
Nairobi City Stars (pictured) are one of the two clubs, who have no shirt sponsor. The other are new comers Kakamega Homeboyz.
Tusker have won their last two league matches against AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia.
Tusker forward Ismael Dunga is currently in Dubai attending trials.
Tusker will move to second position on the log if they stop City Stars on Friday. This will be the first time the team is getting into top three since the season started.