Gor Mahia coach insists they must pick maximum points against Rangers on Wednesday

The Croatian maintains anything less than victory against the struggling side will put paid to their hopes of winning the 2012 Kenya league title
Gor Mahia's head coach Zdravko Logarusic has said that his boys must win their Wednesday match against bottom placed Rangers FC if they are to remain in contention for the Tusker  premier league title.

Logarusic said that the match will be key to his title ambitions and as such, there would be no margin for error.

''The race is becoming tight and tougher. Both Tusker and AFC Leopards won at the weekend and this means we have no room for laxity. We must get the maximum points from them if we are to maintain the pressure," Logarusic told Goal.com Kenya.

''I know Rangers are going through a tough spell, but you cannot underrate them. Anything is possible in football and we will be treating the match seriously."

Gor were not in action over the weekend and the win by Leopards over Muhoroni Youth meant that they slid to position three with 46 points. Leopards victory took them to 48 points, three adrift of pace setters Tusker. Should Gor win, they will reclaim the second spot on 49 points.

Meanwhile, Gor are likely to miss the services of club skipper and first choice goal keeper Jerim Onyango who is bereaved after losing her sister.