Galactico coach Joseph Oginga says the team need maximum points in Saturday's match to move safer from relegation zone in the women league
Spedag FC from Mombasa will entertain Galactico Youth as the National Women Premier League continues at Makande Primary grounds on Saturday.
Galactico head coach Joseph Oginga is hoping for a good performance ahead of the match to evade relegation.
“We are ready for this match because we want to gain maximum points to be in the safer side from the relegation zone. Our new signings in the second leg will help our team to get good results,” Oginga told Goal.com Kenya.
Defending champions Mathare United confront Kamaliza Eaglets at MYSA Grounds starting from 3pm.
After going down 5-0 to Matuu Fc in midweek, Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYAS) will play Thika Queens at Langata Prison Grounds from 10am on Sunday.
“The loss was a heavy blow to us and we are trying to heal and hopefully we will this match to bounce back. The league is still open and if we get a win against Queens we will be a step ahead and in a good position to fight for the trophy,” said Moyas tactician Cisco Kariuki.
“The girl’s were humiliated by the loss and they need some motivation all in all we are preparing them for the next game.”
League leaders Matuu will be up against Old is Gold at KCA University Grounds from 3pm while Kisii United will play Western Commandos at Kisii University Grounds.