Tusker, the league champions, will be determined to have a positive finish and know that they must collect maximum points in remaining fixtures
Owuor, Odhiambo, Omondi, Omondi
Oyando, Keli, Ayany
Alwanga, Osumba, Tololwa
Ochieng, Omar, Kiiza, Shikokoti
Onyango, Maloba, Khalid
Were, Okoth, Tololwa
Both KCB and Tusker will be eying a good finish when they meet on Saturday at City Stadium in the only Kenyan Premier League fixture.
Tusker, the league champions, will be determined to have a positive finish and know that they must pick maximum points in remaining fixtures starting on Saturday. The brewers fell out on the title race when they failed to beat Mathare United on Wednesday and time is running out for coach Robert Matano to steady up his ship.
Matano will be hoping that his top striker Jesse Were starts to give him goals at this crucial stage in the competition.
The bankers on the other hand are enjoying their best season and will be in no mood to let Tusker spoil the party for them and coach Abdalla Juma is expected to unleash league's lethal striking force led by Jacob Kelli and Clifford Alwanga.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Tusker forward Jesse Were and Jacob Kelli have scored 14 goals each and are the top scorers in the league.
KCB forwards Jacob Kelli and Clifford Alwanga have scored the highest number of goals between themselves standing at 22 goals.
KCB has scored the highest number of goals in the league so far standing at 35.
Tusker are placed fifth on the log after collecting 37 points.
Tusker have won the KPL twice in a row in 2011 and 2012 and were chasing a third crown this season.