The league champions are currently second on the log with 17 points after a good run of results and will reach 20 if they overcome Muhoroni Youth
Jerim Onyango (capt)
Mohammed, Owino, Shakava, Walusimbi
Kizito, Ochieng', Wanyonyi
Salim, Mutiso, Sserunkuma
Osama, Mohammed, Okore, Mwanzo
Fred, Waweru, Akinyemi
Wanjala, Ochieng', Ateng
Gor Mahia will go to the top of Kenyan Premier League standings if they beat Muhoroni Youth in a mid-week match at City Stadium and league leaders Tusker fail to overcome Chemelil Sugar.
The league champions are currently second on the log with 17 points after a good run of results. Victory on Wednesday will push them to the top on 20 points but this is only if Tusker fail to win at home.
Gor Mahia coach Bobby Williamson is clearly elated by the form of his top strikers Rama Salim and Dan Sserunkuma and will be hoping they can do even better against a Muhoroni Youth side enjoying good form.
Muhoroni face perhaps their toughest test since Francis Barasa took over as head coach especially considering the huge turn out expected by Gor Mahia fans.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
Gor Mahia have not lost at City Stadium since the season started.
The KPL champions have scored in every match they have been involved in since the season kicked-off.
Gor Mahia are also in semi-finals of KPL Top Eight tournament after edging out Thika United 2-1 on Sunday.
Muhoroni Youth have not lost a single match since Francis Barasa took over five weeks ago.
Muhoroni Youth have never beaten Gor Mahia at City Stadium.